funcard or atmega

solidstate

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can anyone tell me which is the better card (funcard or atmega) to use now that i have a card writer my self?
 

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can anyone tell me which is the better card (funcard or atmega) to use now that i have a card writer my self?

I found its best to start off with a fun4, easy to program and there are plenty of files available for them.
 

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the only difference i've noticed between the two is price. funcards here
 

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Everybodies saying Funcards so I'll be different and say ATMega's !

Effectively, the cards run very similar software but the ATMega has 2 main advantages -

1/ It has a hardware multiplier which allows faster Emm decryption

2/ It has a much bigger flash so is easier to add new keyroll methods into.

Funcards may be marginally cheaper but the ATMega is probably more flexible.
 

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Funcards because when th cable companys knock them the fun fix is normally released a good while befor the atmega :eater:
 

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can both these cards be reprogrammed more than once or do i need a new card every time?
 

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Another vote for the less popular ATMega.

Funcards seem a bit fragile to me, found a few of my old cards wouldn't reporogram but the ATMega ones would.

Try both types and see how you get on, experimenting is all part of the fun :) excuse the pun...
 
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