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1. Posted: Fri 9th Mar 2012 22:10 GMT
Just want to know what SD card you think is best for save data on the 3DS. I don't care too much about photo quality on the SD card too.
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2. Posted: Fri 9th Mar 2012 22:18 GMT
I use a 32GB SanDisk 4 Class and I absolutely love it. Regardless of size, I would stick with SanDisk. They've never let me down. My old card was a 32GB Kingston 10 class and it was CRAP!!! I don't know if it was the class or the class or the brand but it ran SO SLOW!!!!! In order to read a SwapNote it took like 15-20 seconds of loading it up and then ANOTHER 10-15 seconds just to MARK IT AS READ!!!! So the moral of the story is, buy a 32GB Class 4 SanDisk and you will be happy
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3. Posted: Fri 9th Mar 2012 22:47 GMT
I also use a 32GB Sandisk, and I also absolutely love it. It works prefectly for me; no problems whatsoever!
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4. Posted: Fri 9th Mar 2012 23:06 GMT
I currently don't have enough money for a new SD card, but I may have to look into getting that one when I do!
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5. Posted: Fri 9th Mar 2012 23:13 GMT
some people say it doesnt matterother people say the class is importantother say the producer is important
I DONT KNOW !!!
i can not find any data on how fast the 3DS can read sd-cards -.-
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6. Posted: Fri 9th Mar 2012 23:25 GMT
@Gioku: Well luckily not only is it a great SD card but also quite cheap! You can grab one right now on Amazon for just 28 dollars (plus free shipping since its over 25 dollars!).
@6ch6ris6: Just get the blue 32GB Class 4 SanDisk SD card and be happy
7. Posted: Fri 9th Mar 2012 23:53 GMT
Thanks &bboy2970! I don't need a new SD card yet but my memory on my current one is dwindling so probably sometime in the summer I'm gonna get a new one. Plus I needed to know how much I needed to save up and you answered that; looks like a good card! Thanks!
8. Posted: Sat 10th Mar 2012 03:07 GMT
I think the more important question you should be asking is what brands caused problems on your 3DS?
There were a couple of brands that were reported to have caused problems on the 3DS. Unfortunately, I can't recall the brands.
I've been using a Sony brand and I've had no problems.
9. Posted: Sat 10th Mar 2012 07:35 GMT
get the 16gb or 32gb
10. Posted: Sat 10th Mar 2012 08:00 GMT
I'd go for a class 6 32GB SDHC card.
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11. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 21:11 BST
@bboy2970 or @TeeJay could either of you post a link to your cards on like Amazon or something? I'm also looking for a new one and was thinking about getting a Sandisk.
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12. Posted: Wed 10th Apr 2013 19:52 BST
I am in the market for a new SD Card for my 3DS. I have the 4 GB Class 4 that came with my XL for now. But I want a higher capacity.
Doesn't the class represent how fast the card is? So wouldn't something like a class 10 have things load quicker? When I turn on my 3DS, it takes a few seconds for things to appear on the home menu that are from the SD Card. I assume if I had a faster card, that delay would be shorter?
I'm thinking about this one: http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Extreme-Class-Memory-SDSDX-016G...
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13. Posted: Wed 10th Apr 2013 20:05 BST
I have an 8GB SanDisk SD card. It's awesome! No problems whatsoever. I have downloaded lots of stuff from the eShop (although no retail downloads) and I still have plenty of space on that sucker. xD
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14. Posted: Wed 10th Apr 2013 20:06 BST
You're correct about the class meaning speed. That one you posted should work very well.
15. Posted: Wed 10th Apr 2013 20:09 BST
Sandisk. I use a 4 GB card. It works quite well.
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16. Posted: Wed 10th Apr 2013 20:19 BST
I have a 32gb Sandisk one that only cost me $20 on Amazon. I still have tons of space on it.
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17. Posted: Wed 10th Apr 2013 21:48 BST
Go for a Class 10 if you can afford a little extra. I got a 32 GB SDHC Class 10 from Transcend. Was well worth the money.
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18. Posted: Wed 10th Apr 2013 22:18 BST
I've heard that 64GB and 128GB can be used on 3DS's, but it had to be SDXC or be Fat32 formatted. Even then, they had a high corruptiblity rate.
Is this true?
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19. Posted: Wed 10th Apr 2013 23:32 BST
I'm not sure about failure rate, but I've seen it as well. I think it gets you around 900,000(128gb) blocks. That basically the Wii U's equivalent of 2TB, because console games obviously take up more space.
I use a Lexar 32GB class 10 SD card with a 20mb transfer rate. They go for around $30 since there seems to be a sale constantly...
20. Posted: Thu 11th Apr 2013 03:16 BST
I use a Class 4 (maybe) 32GB Sandisk, and I haven't had any problems with it whatsoever. However, an older Card I had been using, an 8GB C4 Lexar one, would occasionally stop being read by my 3DS mid-gaming session after I had been using it for ~9 months. That sucked when it happened.
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