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Ya That MIGHT Just Be A Good Idea. But Make Sure Its An SP, Cuz AfterBurners Are Sold Out.

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Well, in computer terms.... 8 Bit is equals 1 Megabyte.... So..... in case of 1 GigaBit of data (1028 Probably)...... In megabytes it's 128MB..... It's not that bad.... You can fit like 4 huge GBA games. Those 256 Megabit ones.......

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Yeah, but for the price on the 1GBit ones, you're almost better off buying the large-file games used somewhere and just getting a smaller/cheaper linker.

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Well, in computer terms.... 8 Bit is equals 1 Megabyte.... So..... in case of 1 GigaBit of data (1028 Probably)...... In megabytes it's 128MB..... It's not that bad.... You can fit like 4 huge GBA games. Those 256 Megabit ones.......

 

Nah I Dun Think Its 128mb Cuz There Are 128Mb Carts.

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Well, in computer terms.... 8 Bit is equals 1 Megabyte.... So..... in case of 1 GigaBit of data (1028 Probably)...... In megabytes it's 128MB..... It's not that bad.... You can fit like 4 huge GBA games. Those 256 Megabit ones.......

 

Nah I Dun Think Its 128mb Cuz There Are 128Mb Carts.

 

They're 128 megaBITS, not bytes, at least as far as I know. They're considerably smaller.

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Well, in computer terms.... 8 Bit is equals 1 Megabyte.... So..... in case of 1 GigaBit of data (1028 Probably)...... In megabytes it's 128MB..... It's not that bad.... You can fit like 4 huge GBA games. Those 256 Megabit ones.......

 

Nah I Dun Think Its 128mb Cuz There Are 128Mb Carts.

 

They're 128 megaBITS, not bytes, at least as far as I know. They're considerably smaller.

Cart sizes are always measured in megabits, not bytes.

Edited by Agozer

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Once AGIAN I Am Proven WRONG!

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i'm using a flash2advance 256Mb myself, works great :)

the flashcard has a default 'bootloader' on it that allows you to select games.

I'm using pogoshell tho, it's just awesome to play nes/master system/gg roms on my flashcard :(

 

Without pogoshell i can flash 2 * 16,0 MB (16.777.216 bytes) on it, so i usualy just flash one big and some smaller (4/:) games on it and fill the rest with nes/ms/gg roms :lol:

 

I have to say it's worth every euro i spent on it! :)

(bought it 2 years ago)

 

edit: eek just noticed this thread is kinda old, sorry :(

Edited by xeno

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