What are the best 8 gig MicroSDHC cards?

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  1. yokomoko
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    yokomoko Advanced Member

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    I just bought an M3 DS Real, but I have yet to buy a MicroSDHC card for it. What are the best options as far as 8GB go? Which cards should I avoid and also which cards do you guys use?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Kittymat

    Kittymat GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Any really

    I have used sandisk 8gb (class 4) and a 16gb (Class 2) both work great.
     
  3. hetyu

    hetyu Member

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    class 4 and 2 ? Weren't u experience some minor lag sometimes ingame?
     
  4. wilsonramal

    wilsonramal Member

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    ANyone WORKS FIne but i PREfer the ones made in Japan, Those that say Made in China sometimes lag at games like guitar Hero.
     
  5. DarkWay

    DarkWay tsubasa hiroge

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    I use an 8gig class 4 kingston card it works fine and with no lag what so ever on any game I've played or while playing back any movie here's the link to the exact one I bought it works out at about $20 I think and its free worldwide shipping

    http://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDHC/Kings...-Card---Class-4
     
  6. yokomoko
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    yokomoko Advanced Member

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    Thanks for the info guys. I picked up a class 6 A-Data 8GB card from newegg.
     
  7. powerpuff

    powerpuff Advanced Member

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    ANY game? Really? On a Class2? So... The World Ends With You runs? I call shenanigans.
     
  8. thedicemaster

    thedicemaster GBAtemp Addict

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    isn't the class rating only based on write speed?
    and i never had problems in twewy(sandisk 4GB C2)
    only once i noticed a slight slowdown in a DS game, that was a minor glitch in an intro movie.(don't remember the name of that game)
     
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