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    Contributor Rowchron's Avatar
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    Memory Pro Duo... OG vs. HighSpeed

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    Prices:

    OG - 180
    HighSpeed - 110

    that money gap is looking pretty scary... but is it worth the High Speed??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rowchron
    Prices:

    OG - 180
    HighSpeed - 110

    that money gap is looking pretty scary... but is it worth the High Speed??
    Hmmm....I'm thinking you accidentally switched the prices around, because the way you posted it, the highspeed is much cheaper.

    And for PSP use, I don't think you need high speed, it would really only be helpful when transfering large files to the PSP. Otherwise, when it comes to buying memory sticks, it's generally best to just buy the cheapest ones, there's usually little difference in quality between the expensive ones and cheap ones.

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    I think that if you have the money, buy the faster one. This might come in handy when games start running from the MS. Your loading times should be much shorter.

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    The high-speed also works in below zero temperatures so if you plan on playing some wifi games with an eskimo o’ i mean inuit… then you might wanna get the high-speed.

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    You sure? That would be pretty stupid if it supports it, but doesn't use it.

 

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