Supercard vs Supercard (MiniDS)

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Aug 14, 2006
  1. dpolishsensation
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    Besides using upgradable minids memory, are the two cards identical in terms of functionality and game compatability?
     
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    i heard the minisd had better gba compatibility
     
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    Good to know. Another question - microSD and miniSD are two different types of cards, correct?
     
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    The SuperCard miniSD/SD are basically the same product. The only difference being a battery in the miniSD version but other then that they play DS and GBA games identical to one another. They also require at least a miniSD/SD card of 80X or higher to gain best performance.

    The newest SuperCard Lite uses a newer microSD PCB which allows for higher speed memory bandwidth between the SC PCB and the micoSD connection. It runs DS and GBA games much better then previous SuperCard models and allows for slower microSD card use without a performance hit. The SuperCard Lite is the best incarnation in the SuperCard Line and has the best performance.

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