What card?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by harrisc0, Apr 16, 2010.

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    harrisc0 Newbie

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    Sorry I am new to all this and have just purchased a Dsi XL but in the past have had a ds and dsi with r4 cards but have found that the battery life on the ds became dreadful with these cards in - what card would people out there recommend please to use in a Dsi XL? Thanks
     
  2. Qtis

    Qtis Grey Knight Inquisitor

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    Acekard 2i (Cheap and works with basic features (AKAIO FW)) or Supercard DSTWO (More features such as real time saving, GBA/SNES emulation with a built in processor and more) would be my suggestions even though I don't own a DSi or DSi XL. There are lots of reviews regarding DSi compatible flashcarts on GBAtemp. Check those out to compare cards more [​IMG]


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  3. Maikel Steneker

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    If you're worried about battery life, the DSTWO might be a bad choice. The processor it uses for GBA emulation and such will no doubt require more power.

    Also, the M3i Zero is also worth considering.
     
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    Possibly a bit offtopic: Is the DSTWO processor powered all the time? I haven't dug deeper into the SCDS2 specs so I haven't a single clue..
     
  5. Berthenk

    Berthenk Epitome of Awesomeness

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    Probably not, it could overheat easily if it is. However, it might be needed to run all the time for the main menu.
    It's just a guess. You'll never know until you have one.
     
  6. JBW

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    I suggest the Supercard DSTWO if you are interested in emulation and stuff but if you just want a cheap cart with almost perfect compatibility go for the Acekard 2i
     
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    ARM based processors generally run pretty damn cool. It's just X86 processors that get really hot.
     
  8. iamthemilkman

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    Acekard 2i is currently the card to have. Use AKAIO firmware.