Which of these should I buy?

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May 18, 2008
  1. Sandjiggie
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  2. ojsinnerz.

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    Although I'm not too sure about the N card itself, I can tell you this.

    If you want to play GBA games, you'll need a separate Slot-2 card that can play GBA games. As for the SNES, you need to use a homebrew to play SNES games. However, I hear the compatibility list isn't too great.
     
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    Member kallekall GBAtemp Regular

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    For some time ago I thought about buying from sk2k.com but I thought the price was too good to be true (don't remember what I wanted to buy, but anyway...) so I searched the web about comments on sky2k.com and I found al ot of bad feedback. So I would NOT recommend you to buy anything from sky2k.com.

    I did the same thing for dealextreme (but it was not the same thing that I wanted to buy from sky2k.com) and found a lot of good feedback and ended up buying from them. I got what I ordered and it worked great so I would recommend you to buy from dealextreme.
     
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    Woah WTH IS AN N CARD? seriously never heard of it.... And for the 1st website.. never even heard of it... I would reccomend dealextreme and btw both the ones you chose are the same but dealextreme has free ground shipping
     
  5. leinad

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    The only difference between the posted cards:

    The one from Sky2k is 8G = 1GB , the DE one 16G = 2GB...

    If you want to play GBA games you will have to buy a Slot-2 solution =/

    @SNES , the Ncard got many DLDI improvments, Exept of DSLinux & the slow download speed of DSOrganize I never had problems~
     
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    Go with DealExtreme definately.
     
  7. Andytoxic

    Newcomer Andytoxic Advanced Member

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    Hello.
    The difference between this 2 cards is that the first only
    has 8 gbit (1 GB) memory and the second has 16 gbit (2 GB) memory.
    Oh and both NCards can't play GBA games cause it's a SLOT 1 card.
     

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