There are standards that tell one to use GiB for 1024MB and to use GB for 1000MB, so officially the answer to your question is 1000. (See w:Byte, table on the right side) ...

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...decide what you will use the PC for. If you are going to be playing modern 3D games you will need a good graphics card. If you are going to use a lot of applications you will require extra memory. If you are going to run mathematical or 3D rendering ... more

...currently 32 teams in the NFL. The league has expanded a number of times since it's merger with the AFL back in 1970, adding teams such as the Tampa B... more

...equal to 1023^3 bytes but in december 1998 IEC introduced new symbols and prefixes for binary multiples and changed the earlier ones (1024MB=1GB) so on the new definitions 1GB is no longer equal to 10... more

...is has been changed to be exactly as it should be. k (kilo) stands for 1 000, M (mega) stands for 1 000 000 and G (giga) stands for 1 000 000 000. A list of SI prefixes is found here: http://en.wikipe... more

...e as little as 30mbs, but this will depend on the speed at which you are streaming ans also the clarity of the content. Streaming at 64 kbps will use approximately 30MBs per hour, while 256kbps can co... more

...D card can hold between 485 and 500 photos depending on the size of each photo. For example if the photo is 1.5MB, then you can find the number of pictures by multiplying this by the number of kilobyt... more