How many kibibit in 1 byte?
The answer is 0.0078125.
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kibibit or byte
The main non-SI unit for computer data storage is the byte.
1 kibibit is equal to 128 byte.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
Use this page to learn how to convert between kibibits and bytes.
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1 kibibit to byte = 128 byte
2 kibibit to byte = 256 byte
3 kibibit to byte = 384 byte
4 kibibit to byte = 512 byte
5 kibibit to byte = 640 byte
6 kibibit to byte = 768 byte
7 kibibit to byte = 896 byte
8 kibibit to byte = 1024 byte
9 kibibit to byte = 1152 byte
10 kibibit to byte = 1280 byte
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A kibibit (a contraction of kilo binary digit) is a unit of information or computer storage, abbreviated Kibit, or sometimes Kib. (Note that the abbreviation is capitalized, while kbit is not.) It is equal to 128 bytes.
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.
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