How many kibibit in 1 kibibyte?
The answer is 8.
We assume you are converting between kibibit and kibibyte.
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The main non-SI unit for computer data storage is the byte.
1 byte is equal to 0.0078125 kibibit, or 0.0009765625 kibibyte.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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››Quick conversion chart of kibibit to kibibyte

1 kibibit to kibibyte = 0.125 kibibyte

5 kibibit to kibibyte = 0.625 kibibyte

10 kibibit to kibibyte = 1.25 kibibyte

20 kibibit to kibibyte = 2.5 kibibyte

30 kibibit to kibibyte = 3.75 kibibyte

40 kibibit to kibibyte = 5 kibibyte

50 kibibit to kibibyte = 6.25 kibibyte

75 kibibit to kibibyte = 9.375 kibibyte

100 kibibit to kibibyte = 12.5 kibibyte

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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.

››Definition: Kibibyte

The kibibyte (a contraction of kilo binary byte) is a unit of digital information storage. It is equal to 1,024 bytes.

Note that this site defines the kilobyte as 2^{10} bytes, equivalent to the kibibyte. Some sites define the kilobyte as 10^{3} bytes to distinguish it from the kibibyte, but most users prefer the non-SI form.

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