How many bytes in 1 nibble?
The answer is 0.5.
We assume you are converting between byte and nibble.
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nibble
The main non-SI unit for computer data storage is the byte.
1 byte is equal to 2 nibble.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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››Quick conversion chart of bytes to nibble

1 bytes to nibble = 2 nibble

5 bytes to nibble = 10 nibble

10 bytes to nibble = 20 nibble

15 bytes to nibble = 30 nibble

20 bytes to nibble = 40 nibble

25 bytes to nibble = 50 nibble

30 bytes to nibble = 60 nibble

40 bytes to nibble = 80 nibble

50 bytes to nibble = 100 nibble

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A byte is the basic unit of measurement of information storage in computer science. In many computer architectures it is a unit of memory addressing, consisting of 8 bits.

Since computer memory comes in base two rather than 10, a large portion of the software and computer industry use binary estimates of the SI-prefixed quantities, while producers of computer storage devices prefer the SI values. This is why a computer hard drive advertised with a "100 GB" decimal storage capacity actually contains no more than 93 GB of 8-bit (power of 2) addressable storage.

››Definition: Nybble

A nibble (often, nybble) is the computing term for a four-bit aggregation, or half an octet (an octet being an 8-bit byte). As a nibble contains 4 bits, there are sixteen possible values, so a nibble corresponds to a single hexadecimal digit (thus, it is often referred to as a "hex digit" or "hexit").

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