Question by  begger (13)

What is the largest memory on a memory stick that you can use on a PSP?

How many GB is the limit for PlayStation?


Answer by  falmc (62)

Currently the PSP has a 16GB memory card limit to match the current PSP GO system which currently is only made with a 16GB flash memory. Sony upgrades the limit through firmware everytime a new memory card is available to be used


Answer by  Sting1 (686)

The maximum limit for the memory stick pro duo is 32gb. The maximum storage capacity of the memory stick (the big original one, not the ms duo) is 128gb instead.


Answer by  PeterAaron (408)

The PSP can support any Sony SD card up to 16GB but if you're using a homebrew program it can support up to 32GB.


Answer by  SashaDarkCloud (5764)

Currently the limit should be 32 gigs, but I also heard that their will be work on a 64 GB model memory stick for the PSP. Though I am not completely certain of this. Though the largest size that you are going to find commonly is 8 GB. There are some people that say they have 18 GB.


Answer by  randylearner (31)

PSP memory sticks range in sizes. The largest memory available on a psp memory stick at the moment is 8gb.


Answer by  Amber40 (24961)

The limit is suppose to be 32gb for a memory stick. However several people say that storage can be unlimited with the use of a hard disk connection.


Answer by  Anonymous

psp go internal 16 gb + its 16gb micro ms

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