Segaheart99 wrote: ↑
03 Aug 2020, 21:49
He using both but plenty people have report issues with samsung cards your experience may vary.
What size would you suggest for a near complete Saturn or Dreamcast collection?
This depends if you want to keep the full redump set then 2tb for both if your willing to remove the duplicates and use exclusive for say europe you may get away with 1tb then.
As it cut down the size big time
Also, it can run the Dreamcast GDIs right?
Look like someone has not read the Manuel of course it can
Just remember the dreamcast and Saturn are two different beasts meaning dont expect to play a dreamcast game on a saturn and vice versa
Trust me, I grew up with these consoles and know how much of a different beast they are.
Especially with the insane architecture of the Saturn's multi processors, verse the ease of use developing for the Dreamcast.
My father recently passed away, so I splurged and purchased two modes in form of stress/mourning spending. One for the Saturn, one for the Dreamcast.
I'm just trying to optimize the storage for both consoles, and seems like 512 is perfect for the DC at least. (Though debating if I should buy a WD or Sandisc for the other SSD)
My DC's eye has been dying for a while, and I had been looking for a alternative or replacement since I own quite a few high value games I wanted to keep intact (Power Stone 2, IllBleed, Canon Spike), I had looked at the GDEMU and USB-GDROOM but I've grown to love TerraOnion with the other item's I purchased from them so I grabbed the Mode.
As for the Saturn, I had been waiting for the Satiator, but this seems like a good alternative.
I am guilty of not reading the Manual though, the MODEs haven't even arrived yet.. I purchased them via word of mouth via various online personalities and reviews pointing out just how good, and competitive it is compared to the other products out there.
(Though now I am reading up on it)
On last question, can you save to the Saturn MODE, or will it still need the internal memory battery?
I know the DC will of course use the VMUs.