Which microsd should i use for nds slot 1 card

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  1. raystriker
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    Hi guys, I wanted to ask which of the following should i use for my nds slot 1 flash card. Here is the list of microsd cards i have-
    • A Kingston 2 GB microsd
    • A non branded Chinese 2 gb microsd
    • A non branded Japanese 2 GB microsd
    • A non branded 8gb class4 micro sdhc
    I used a Chinese multicard reader for these tests

    Here are their performance graphs-

    non branded Chinese 2 GB microsd
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    Kingston 2GB microsd
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    Non Branded 8 GB microsd
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    Non Branded 2GB Japanese microsd
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
    So, which ones can I use for my slot 1 nds flashcard?
     
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    The kingston 2GB seems to have the best read speeds overall so it looks like the least likely to give you lag issues.
     
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    how about the "Non Branded 2GB Japanese microsd"? Its performance goes up to 14MB
     
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    The speeds vary more and are worse, but whatever works works.

    Try to get something decent if you can (with a brand, non-kingston).
     
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    I guess i'll just settle with a 32 GB Sandisk class 10 micro sdhc..........That'll end all the woes :lol:
     

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