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MicroSD Cards for the 'New' 3DS

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I want to upgrade my card but Nintendo only say a few cards are tested. I was thinking about getting this one - https://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-Android-microSDHC-Frustration-Packaging/product-… Read More
superfreddy Avatar
5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
I want to upgrade my card but Nintendo only say a few cards are tested.

I was thinking about getting this one -

https://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-Android-microSDHC-Frustration-Packaging/product-reviews/B013UDL5V6/ref=dpx_acr_txt?showViewpoints=1

Would I see any issues? It's a faster card than the standard one they give you.

Thanks
superfreddy Avatar
5m, 1w agoPosted 5 months, 1 week ago
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#1
That card should be fine.
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Illusionary
That card should be fine.

Is it a bit of an overkill though? I thought about getting an 8GB Toshiba for £3.49 instead, but it's class 4.
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superfreddy
Illusionary
That card should be fine.
Is it a bit of an overkill though? I thought about getting an 8GB Toshiba for £3.49 instead, but it's class 4.
It depends on how much you plan to purchase digital games rather than cartridges - but given that SD cards are so cheap, IMO you may as well go for at least 16GB rather than 8GB cards. I have a 64GB card in mine!

I wouldn't worry about the speed of the card too much; class 4 cards should be fine also.
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Illusionary
superfreddy
Illusionary
That card should be fine.
Is it a bit of an overkill though? I thought about getting an 8GB Toshiba for £3.49 instead, but it's class 4.
It depends on how much you plan to purchase digital games rather than cartridges - but given that SD cards are so cheap, IMO you may as well go for at least 16GB rather than 8GB cards. I have a 64GB card in mine!
I wouldn't worry about the speed of the card too much; class 4 cards should be fine also.

What type of 64gb is yours and why did you go for such a big one?
#5
superfreddy
Illusionary
superfreddy
Illusionary
That card should be fine.
Is it a bit of an overkill though? I thought about getting an 8GB Toshiba for £3.49 instead, but it's class 4.
It depends on how much you plan to purchase digital games rather than cartridges - but given that SD cards are so cheap, IMO you may as well go for at least 16GB rather than 8GB cards. I have a 64GB card in mine!
I wouldn't worry about the speed of the card too much; class 4 cards should be fine also.
What type of 64gb is yours and why did you go for such a big one?
I think that it was this one, for a tenner at the time: https://www.7dayshop.com/products/kingston-micro-sd-sdhc-sdxc-memory-card-60mb-s-class-10-with-full-size-sd-card-adapter-64gb-wh2-sdc10g2/64gb

As for the size...as I've hinted at above, the reasoning to me was simply that I may as well opt for 64GB, given that it only came with a very small price premium.

Edited By: Illusionary on Nov 16, 2016 19:39

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