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MB into GB

Discussion in 'Host Talk' started by Mole, Nov 12, 2006.

  1. Mole

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    is 10000 - 10GB?
     
  2. Exphoster

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    If you mean 10000mb, its not.

    1024mb = 1gb
     
  3. Mole

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    how many mb's makes 10GB's
     
  4. fireshark

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    10000, 10240 depending on who you ask.
     
  5. Mole

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    ??? my quest is how many mb it takes to make 10GB
     
  6. Abush

    Abush DP MAC SC UC... NLC

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    10240 mb make 10gb. Some people like using the 1000mb=1gb method to make it simple...
     
  7. utcrazy

    utcrazy Wo ist mein handy NLC

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    10,000MB in the industry, in reality it's actually 10,240.
     
  8. XeonGX

    XeonGX New Member

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    u can't say Mb or mb, Gb or gb

    Gb means gigabit,

    means
    1 GB= 8Gb
    1 MB= 8Mb
    1 Byte= 8bit
     
  9. Fried

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    But I'm sure most of the time when people say mb/Mb they refer to MB.
     
  10. James

    James Always moving.. NLC

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    Don't think about it so much and use the 1000MB -> 1GB conversion, it'll only do your head in.
     
  11. GamePhreak

    GamePhreak New Member

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    The hosting industry standard is 1000MB = 1GB.
     
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    I always go by google

    Just search

    10GB in MB

    and you'll get the answer. 10240MB
     
  14. Mole

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    wouldnt 10000 be 10GB?
     
  15. [JSH]John

    [JSH]John JSHosts.com NLC

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    It would be in the hosting industry but really.. 10240MB is 10Gb.
     
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    krakjoe stop staring NLC

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  18. Mole

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    sweet..ty Krak_Joe
     
  19. Mole

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    talk to you about what?
     
  20. JodoHost

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    thats primarily the SI definition of kilo which stands for 1000.
    But in computers, operating systems and software use KB = 1024 bytes, whether its disk storage or memory.
     

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