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R4i gold wood 3ds, r4i-sdhc rts and r4isdhc dual core, which r4i card do I need to use?

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R4i gold wood 3ds, r4i-sdhc rts and r4isdhc dual core, which r4i card do I need to use?

Wondering what the differences are between R4i gold wood 3ds, r4i-sdhc rts and r4isdhc dual core? Which R4i card do you need to use if you haveĀ  nintendo 3ds xl (north american version) but using in UK or any other countries. Does the r4i card come with preloaded games or you will need to have it downloaded from internet and still pay for the games? And which R4 card will be the most useful one?

With a quick glance at the front of an R4i gold wood 3ds flashcard, an r4i-sdhc 3ds rts flashcard and the r4isdhc dual core card from each line, it would be easy to mistake them for one another, but with more detailed comparison, some differences become readily apparent.

First of all, they are released by different development teams, and use different kernel/firmware. The wood gold r4i 3ds flashcart is normally the fastest team to release the update patch when Nintendo releases a new firmware that blocks flashcarts, so it is usually considered as the best 3ds flashcart out there, and the r4isdhc dual core card is the most affordable one among them. You will able to play almot all ds title games with the three cards, and they are compatible with the most recent 8.1.0-19 system, besides, they also have many fancy stuff such as save-state, in-game cheat toggling and in-game text reading.

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