Size chart plz

Discussion in 'Green Room' started by HellyHans, Oct 21, 2003.

  1. HellyHans

    HellyHans OSNN Addict

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    does anyone have a chart of what = a byte...= meg=... from the beginning?
    thx
     
  2. j79zlr

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    8 bits = 1 byte
    1024 bytes or 8192 bits = 1 kilobyte
    1024 kB or 1048576 bytes or 8388608 bits = 1 megabyte
    1024 MB or 1048576 kB or 1073741824 bytes or 8589934592 bits = 1 gigabyte
    1024 GB or 1048576 MB or 1073741824 kB or 1099511627776 bytes or 8796093022208 bits

    Thats all I'm gonna do :p
     
  3. Mooz

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    oooo big table

    A bit is the smallest unit of memory. It's the 1 or 0 of binary code.

    = 1/9671406556917033397649408 yottabyte
    = 1/9444732965739290427392 zettabyte
    = 1/9223372036854775808 exabyte
    = 1/9007199254740992 petabyte
    = 1/8796093022208 terabyte
    = 1/8589934592 gigabyte
    = 1/8388608 megabyte
    = 1/1048576 Megabit
    = 1/8192 kilobyte
    = 1/1024 Kilobit
    = 1/8 byte
    = 1/4 nibble
    bit = 1 bit

    = 1/2417851639229258349412352 yottabyte
    = 1/2361183241434822606848 zettabyte
    = 1/2305843009213693952 exabyte
    = 1/2251799813685248 petabyte
    = 1/2199023255552 terabyte
    = 1/2147483648 gigabyte
    = 1/2097152 megabyte
    = 4/1048576 Megabit
    = 1/2048 kilobyte
    = 4/1024 Kilobit
    = 1/2 byte
    nibble = 1 nibble
    = 4 bits

    = 1/1208925819614629174706176 yottabyte
    = 1/1180591620717411303424 zettabyte
    = 1/1152921504606846976 exabyte
    = 1/1125899906842624 petabyte
    = 1/1099511627776 terabyte
    = 1/1073741824 gigabyte
    = 1/1048576 megabyte
    = 8/1048576 Megabit
    = 1/1024 kilobyte
    = 8/1024 Kilobit
    byte = 1 byte
    = 2 nibbles
    = 8 bits

    = 1024/9671406556917033397649408 yottabyte
    = 1024/9444732965739290427392 zettabyte
    = 1024/9223372036854775808 exabyte
    = 1024/9007199254740992 petabyte
    = 1024/8796093022208 terabyte
    = 1024/8589934592 gigabyte
    = 1024/8388608 megabytes
    = 1024/1048576 Megabit
    = 1024/8192 kilobyte
    Kilobit = 1 Kilobit
    = 128 bytes
    = 512 nibbles
    = 1024 bits

    = 1/1180591620717411303424 yottabyte
    = 1/1152921504606846976 zettabyte
    = 1/1125899906842624 exabyte
    = 1/1099511627776 petabyte
    = 1/1073741824 terabyte
    = 1/1048576 gigabyte
    = 1/1024 megabyte
    = 1/128 Megabit
    kilobyte = 1 kilobyte
    = 8 Kilobits
    = 1024 bytes
    = 2048 nibbles
    = 8192 bits

    = 1048576/9671406556917033397649408 yottabyte
    = 1048576/9444732965739290427392 zettabyte
    = 1048576/9223372036854775808 exabyte
    = 1048576/9007199254740992 petabyte
    = 1048576/8796093022208 terabyte
    = 1048576/8589934592 gigabyte
    = 1048576/8388608 megabyte
    Megabit = 1 Megabit
    = 128 kilobytes
    = 1024 Kilobits
    = 131072 bytes
    = 262144 nibbles
    = 1048576 bits

    = 1/1152921504606846976 yottabyte
    = 1/1125899906842624 zettabyte
    = 1/1099511627776 exabyte
    = 1/1073741824 petabyte
    = 1/1048576 terabyte
    = 1/1024 gigabyte
    megabyte = 1 megabyte
    = 8 Megabits
    = 1024 kilobytes
    = 8192 Kilobits
    = 1048576 bytes
    = 2097152 nibbles
    = 8388608 bits

    = 1/1125899906842624 yottabyte
    = 1/1099511627776 zettabyte
    = 1/1073741824 exabyte
    = 1/1048576 petabyte
    = 1/1024 terabyte
    gigabyte = 1 gigabyte
    = 1024 megabytes
    = 8192 Megabits
    = 1048576 kilobytes
    = 8388608 Kilobits
    = 1073741824 bytes
    = 2147483648 nibbles
    = 8589934592 bits

    = 1/1099511627776 yottabyte
    = 1/1073741824 zettabyte
    = 1/1048576 exabyte
    = 1/1024 petabyte
    terabyte = 1 terabyte
    = 1024 gigabytes
    = 1048576 megabytes
    = 8388608 Megabits
    = 1073741824 kilobytes
    = 8589934592 Kilobits
    = 1099511627776 bytes
    = 2199023255552 nibbles
    = 8796093022208 bits

    = 1/1073741824 yottabyte
    = 1/1048576 zettabyte
    = 1/1024 exabyte
    petabyte = 1 petabyte
    = 1024 terabytes
    = 1048576 gigabytes
    = 1073741824 megabytes
    = 8589934592 Megabits
    = 1099511627776 kilobytes
    = 8796093022208 Kilobits
    = 1125899906842624 bytes
    = 2251799813685248 nibbles
    = 9007199254740992 bits

    = 1/1048576 yottabyte
    = 1/1024 zettabyte
    exabyte = 1 exabyte
    = 1024 petabytes
    = 1048576 terabytes
    = 1073741824 gigabytes
    = 1099511627776 megabytes
    = 8796093022208 Megabits
    = 1125899906842624 kilobytes
    = 9007199254740992 Kilobits
    = 1152921504606846976 bytes
    = 2305843009213693952 nibbles
    = 9223372036854775808 bits

    = 1/1024 yottabyte
    zettabyte = 1 zettabyte
    = 1024 exabytes
    = 1048576 petabytes
    = 1073741824 terabytes
    = 1099511627776 gigabytes
    = 1125899906842624 megabytes
    = 9007199254740992 Megabits
    = 1152921504606846976 kilobytes
    = 9223372036854775808 Kilobits
    = 1180591620717411303424 bytes
    = 2361183241434822606848 nibbles
    = 9444732965739290427392 bits

    yottabyte = 1 yottabyte
    = 1024 zettabytes
    = 1048576 exabytes
    = 1073741824 petabytes
    = 1099511627776 terabytes
    = 1125899906842624 gigabytes
    = 1152921504606846976 megabytes
    = 9223372036854775808 Megabits
    = 1180591620717411303424 kilobytes
    = 9444732965739290427392 Kilobits
    = 1208925819614629174706176 bytes
    = 2417851639229258349412352 nibbles
    = 9671406556917033397649408 bits


    Yotta is the largest unit of measure in the metric system i could find.
     
  4. coathanger007

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  5. GoNz0

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    yep i am doing, stuck on this 1 though. hmm
    = 1/9671406556917033397649408 yottabyte
    :p
     
  6. ming

    ming OSNN Advanced

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    They really have something called a nibble? :)
     
  7. GoNz0

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    you still want to ask that now i shown you a pic of the microsoft team, the early years :p
    looking at them, anything is possible ;)

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    lol. Is that actually Big Bill in bottom left?
     
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    *Scary* I thought they touched up the picture to make it look geekier than life - this pic will haunt me forever :D
     
  11. LeeJend

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    A nibble is 4 bits. Was used back when I was in college. They started with 4 bit microprocessors... 4004 and 4040 were two of them. They never made much of a hit.

    The Intel 8008, Motorola 6800 and the 6502 (improved knock off of the 6800 from a company I can't remember) really kicked microcomputing off.

    Ahh, writing assembly code, then converting it to machine code by hand and debugging using a teletype. The good old days. (NOT!)

    Semi interesting historical foot note. The Jap's developed the first microprocessor for an american company that wanted to use it as a hand held calculator chip. It was too slow so they abandoned it...
     
  12. GoNz0

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    yep, you see that once, and spend weeks without sleep ;)