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Discussion in 'Supercard' started by gudenau, Jun 1, 2015.
Where could I get one of these, I know I asked before but it has been a while.
Shop01media still has some supercard slot-2 cards in stock: http://www.shop01media.com/index.php?route=product/search&search=supercard
I hope you want one of them only for collection purposes - there are better solutions for DS games (one of the many R4 clones, for example) and they're also abysmal for GBA games (slowdowns, saving to SD not automatic, etc...).
Thanks, I will look into that.
I want one for the RAM that it has.
For which app? Almost every important homebrew should be rebuilt to work with the DSTWO. In addition to that, a EZ-Flash 3in1 expansion pack would be cheaper.
How much RAM does the DSTWO have?
I was going to play with Linux (it recommended extra RAM if I recall) and I wanted to play with it a little with my own code.
I thought that was 16MB and for the DS Lite.
I'm not sure how much the DSTWO had but I think it was something like 128MB (at least much more than the 16MB you can reach with a slot-2 expansion). I'm not even sure that the DSTWO offers complete 16MB.
You can get 32MB...
But I don't think that the supercard products offer 32MB.
I wonder if I should just make my own RAM pack at this point...
Just use the DSTWO enhanced version
You should go with an EZ-Flash 3in1 Expansion Pack for RAM expansion tho. HBs should detect it automatically but I could check it for you if you link me a file.
The 3in1 is definitely the better RAM expansion product.
Is there one without the rumble and the extra RAM?
No. But it's cheaper and easier to get than the Supercard SD/CF.
Are the other solutions better only because they're $20+ cheaper? Does the DSTwo have a problem with game compatibility or something?
Edit: Derp, didn't realize this was referring to a Slot-2 cart.
As far as I know the DSTWO has 100% woth DS games. I just wanted the other one for experimentation.