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1. Posted: Sat 13th Jul 2013 14:05 BST
I'm needing 2 upgrade sd card just going for 16gb one as that's more than enough space for what I need there are so many 2 pick from and so many different opinion out there I'm so confused can any1 help and let me no what's the best willing 2 pay for a good one just don't want 2 b stuk with something that's not good thanks guys
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2. Posted: Sat 13th Jul 2013 19:23 BST
I wouldn't worry about it too much. Memory card speed won't really affect anything except perhaps how quickly the icons appear on your home screen after booting up the system. If it helps I'm using a 16gb Sandisk Ultra sdhc and its been fine so far.
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3. Posted: Sun 14th Jul 2013 02:23 BST
I've never experienced a problem using a SanDisk SD Card in my system; I've had a Class 4 32GB one in my system for about a year and nothing. I only say this because occasionally I'd get reading errors using a Lexar-brand card before that, which would boot me from any downloaded game I had been playing. So, if you can find a good SanDisk Card for cheap (and with "back-to-school" sales beginning at least in America, they'll be on sale soon), I'd go with that.
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4. Posted: Sun 14th Jul 2013 03:05 BST
Try to get a class 6 or higher. The ammount of GB can vary, but class 6 and higher will load the data faster.
I got a PNY 32GB class 10 card for $35 last year in September about. There are better deals and improvements they've made since then, so it shouldn't be hard to find a good one.
5. Posted: Sun 14th Jul 2013 15:55 BST
Thanks for the help guys I'm in the UK but found a class10 sandisk extreme 16gb for £13 or same class and size but transcend brand for £11 same go's for lexar and pny think il pay the little extra for the sandisk. What's ur thoughts and again thanks for the help I appreciate it good 2 hear from gamers and not some guy in a shop trying 2 sell me something that's best for his commission lol
6. Posted: Sun 14th Jul 2013 18:05 BST
That should be fine, but it really deoends on how many games you plan on buying.
A 16GB SD card has around 120,000 blocks(3DS memory) available, and a high memory game like Animal Crossing: New Leaf requires 6000 blocks.
So you can potentially carry 20 full 3DS games like Paper Mario: Sticker Star(5,000 blocks) before a 16GB SD card gets full.
In otherwords, you should be able to buy at least $700-800 worth of video games before a 16GB card gets full.
You would be able to buy around $1400-1600 worth of games without needing another SD card with a 32GB SD card.
Again, it all depends on how much memory space you need/want.
7. Posted: Sun 14th Jul 2013 18:51 BST
I got the Kingston 32 GB class 4 SD card. Works a treat. Seeing as you're in the UK you can always browse www.dvd.co.uk
They have pretty good prices and free UK delivery.
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8. Posted: Sun 14th Jul 2013 23:57 BST
I was going 2 just get the 8gb as all games iv got and prefer are and will b phisyical copy's then i thought for not much of a price difference I can have the 16 and never have 2 worry bout memory again plus have the option 2 get digital copy's and e-shop games if and when feel like it coz latly iv seen a good few games on e shop that I would like and lack of space stopped me in past. Thanks for the comments guys u's have really helped
9. Posted: Thu 18th Jul 2013 12:25 BST
Swaped all data from my 2 go on 2 new one still got just over 110,000 books that sound bout right?
10. Posted: Thu 18th Jul 2013 12:43 BST
2 folders came up on old sd one with 3DS on it and the othere with DCIM on it I put them both on 2 new one was that right? It is working anyway just didnt no if that was right? Thanks again for all the help guys