vWii Homebrew 64-bit flash memory cards: Anyone using either of these?

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by cyb0rg, Dec 18, 2014.

  1. cyb0rg

    cyb0rg Advanced Member

    Aug 29, 2014
    United States

    Got the first card: TS64GSDXC10U1

    Formatted with this tool: http://www.ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/fat32format.htm
    Took only a couple seconds or so.

    Copied my old card to the new one, and everything seems to be functioning fine.


    (Wasn't sure if I should post this here or in hardware...)

    Anyone using either of these cards with vWii homebrew?

    Transcend 64 GB High Speed Class 10 UHS Flash Memory Card Up to 90 MB/s TS64GSDXC10U1


    Transcend 64GB High Speed 10 UHS Flash Memory Card TS64GSDU1E (up to 45 MB/s, 300x)

  2. naxil

    naxil GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Oct 26, 2011
    vwii i think work with usb 2.0... so why waste lot of money?

    amazone say: sdhc compatible..
  3. OriginalHamster

    OriginalHamster UStealthy

    Nov 2, 2008
    Cote d'Ivoire
    SD cards doesn't work in base USB compilant, so USB 2.0 doesn't have any effect, and yes higher class SD cards make the difference, I went from a class 2 to a class 10 SD and it load channels/VC/Wiiware much faster. Not sure why you want so 64GB though, I have a lot of VC/WiiWare, Homebrew stuff on my 16GB and still have like 3GB free, I store bigger files on a HDD though.
  4. osaka35

    osaka35 Instructional Designer

    Nov 20, 2009
    United States
    Silent Hill
    Go with the first one. It's worth the few dollars extra. The read/write speeds are much better than the second one. Both seem to be of quality make.

    As a note, the "up to" means that isn't what you'll normally see in every day use. That's what they were able to get creating an absolute ideal setting, perhaps burst speeds. You'll probably get about 70MB sustained read, maybe half or so write. This will be perfectly fine for homebrew and will be super speedy. it's not like you're recording 4Kvideo or anything. The only card that does >90MB/S read/write sustained is the sandisk extreme pro, but again, you don't need that much power for this.
    OriginalHamster likes this.
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