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#44 - We call them laces. ******* Scoobywuffers wtf 08/01/2015 on Twizzlers 0
#49 - May someone please explain to me what it is that the first two…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/31/2015 on That dude with Over the... 0
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#51 - Lainge (07/31/2015) [-]
I think they're bitching about how the volcano are having their true genders oppressed by cissies, how dare gender normative people assign genders to inanimate objects based on musical inspiration.
lidiriily hitler etc etc
#107 - Thanks. I learned all about that but I wasn't confident enough…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/17/2015 on Talking to stupid people... +1
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#110 - urfunnyman (05/17/2015) [-]
well in reality it isn't exactly 1000+ gb its really 9 hundred something do to the mechanics built in said storage device that help it read, process and store data
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#128 - Chizypuff (05/17/2015) [-]
erm... A terabyte is technically, physically, metaphysically, theoretically, metaphorically, literally 1024 gigs, but they don't show you the space the stuff that the computer needs to run take up so it shows up as about 920 gigs if you look at an empty hard drive
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#111 - urfunnyman (05/17/2015) [-]
and that also include smart phones, flash drives, external, internals, and so forth
#98 - I was taught that 1 TB is 1024 GB not 1000. Was I taught incor…  [+] (13 new replies) 05/17/2015 on Talking to stupid people... +1
#151 - wilicious (05/21/2015) [-]
There's a lot of misinformation running around in these posts, so I should clear up a bit.

1: Your hard drive's space, the reason why your hard drive's smaller than advertised isn't because it needs space for "running the hard drive" or whatever (why would a hard drive need almost 35 gig just to run?). The point is that the manufacturer is using decimal notation, which means that 500GB (note that byte is a big B, while bit is a small b) is literally 500 * 1000 * 1000 * 1000. While your computer is using binary notation, which is 1024 * 1024 * 1024. So what the manufacturer says is 500 GB turn out that it's actually:

500,000,000,000 / (1024*1024*1024) = 465.66 GB

2: On the names of different multiples in binary, "kilobyte", is really 1000 bytes, because that is what kilo means. But most people use it as 1024, because that's how computers work, some workarounds have been suggested (see: kibibyte), but there still isn't any good solution for the semantics.

3: Ram and other storage, 1 terabyte is not a big hard drive, 1 terabyte RAM is a shit-ton. This is because RAM is ridiculously fast compared to a hard drive, but as memory gets faster, it also becomes a lot more expensive. This is why hard drives tend to be the biggest timesink in computers, since no matter how much RAM you have, the data still has to be moved from your hard drive to your RAM, this is why an SSD can be a great upgrade for your computer.

Source: Soon done with my bachelor's in computer science.



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#108 - technobanana (05/17/2015) [-]
1024 for sure
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#104 - Chizypuff (05/17/2015) [-]
its 1024 but it has to be dumbed down for the general public. Its 1024 because its based around binary but most of the population doesn't know binary
#124 - anon (05/17/2015) [-]
Binary is not a hard concept to grasp and most people do understand 01 or off, on or a string of 01's could mean a number. However, do YOU know why it's 1024 and not 1016 or 1008?
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#127 - Chizypuff (05/17/2015) [-]
I never said it was hard to grasp... I just said most people don't know it
8 bits=byte
1024 bytes=kilobyte
1024 kilobytes=megabyte
1024megabytes=gigabyte
1024 gigabytes=terabyte

1024, 512, 256, 128, 64, 32, 16, 8, 4, 2, 1
10 000 000 000

Why the fuck would it be 1016 or 1008?
#140 - Byte (05/17/2015) [-]
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#137 - humanji (05/17/2015) [-]
because it counts by a series of 01's in an eight number sequence instead of 10 to identify a number or a piece of data. You can do very little with a 4,2,1 bit sequence except for yes/no questions. It is 1024 because the power of memory is doubled every 2 years, but it could also be 1008 in the same fact you could take a smaller stick of ram and use it in parallel with a larger stick. In short it's 1024 because it counts by a sequence of 8 and not 10. That is binary. You missed it and your answer proves that you didn't have a grasp on the subject. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, google him.
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#142 - Chizypuff (05/18/2015) [-]
What the fuck? I was in a PC Networking/ IT class for a year and took a semester of Computer Science in college so I don't claim to be an expert... You didn't explain it very well at all though? I think what you are trying to get at is that Binary is typically seperated every 8 digits (00000100 00000000 for 1024) which is 256 bytes per section but that is not always the case. The fact that the power of memory is doubled every 2 years is correlation, not causality. What sizes of RAM would you put in to make 1008?

How does my answer prove that I don't have a grasp on the subject? I didn't understand your stupid pop quiz so I shouldn't go answering basic questions about binary?
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#146 - humanji (05/19/2015) [-]
how the fuck did we get here?
#107 - mysteriousgoatwing (05/17/2015) [-]
Thanks. I learned all about that but I wasn't confident enough to completely contradict the content
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#110 - urfunnyman (05/17/2015) [-]
well in reality it isn't exactly 1000+ gb its really 9 hundred something do to the mechanics built in said storage device that help it read, process and store data
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#128 - Chizypuff (05/17/2015) [-]
erm... A terabyte is technically, physically, metaphysically, theoretically, metaphorically, literally 1024 gigs, but they don't show you the space the stuff that the computer needs to run take up so it shows up as about 920 gigs if you look at an empty hard drive
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#111 - urfunnyman (05/17/2015) [-]
and that also include smart phones, flash drives, external, internals, and so forth
#50 - Robin Van Persie 05/10/2015 on Soccer trick 0
#53 - There have supposedly been peaceful protests in Baltimore for …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/28/2015 on Baltimore +6
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#324 - schpasm (04/29/2015) [-]

I'm from Baltimore and I can confirm that there are still peaceful protests going on. The media doesn't cover it because there isn't anything exciting for them to report on from that so they go after all the degenerate fucks that are destroying shit. The peaceful protesters aren't even a part of it. They literally have done nothing wrong. The NIGGERS throwing rocks, looting, and rioting are the ones that have done everything wrong. Trust me there are good people in that city protesting in the right way. Just not that way.
#9 - Cunt is the official word of people watching football s… 04/06/2015 on Everybody knows this guy 0
#10 - All they know... is that he's called The Stig  [+] (1 new reply) 01/18/2015 on They call me.. +4
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#27 - samoaspider (01/18/2015) [-]
The Stig's Cousins - TOP GEAR Communist Stig is best stig tho
#22 - "snakephallus" 01/14/2015 on Sllluupplllllshsllppp +27
#13 - It's a tennis thing for some reason. Every year at wimbledon u…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/12/2015 on Butter's creamy Goo +20
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#23 - applesdontpee (01/12/2015) [-]
just.. liquid cream? like the type you put in coffee? or whipped cream?

both sound gross to me
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#59 - brenton (01/12/2015) [-]
Why do strawberries with whipped cream sound gross to you? That sounds delicious.
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#35 - spankyy (01/12/2015) [-]
I think it's like a halfway point between them. Not too liquidy, but not whipped cream, more thick than normal cream, but not whipped.
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#33 - gazra (01/12/2015) [-]
Its clotted cream
#55 - anon (01/12/2015) [-]
No it is not.

Its "liquid cream" as the person above put it.
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#54 - Gandalfthewhite (01/12/2015) [-]
is it? the shit we put on scones? fuck i always thought it was liquid cream, or at least whipped cream. Clotted cream never crossed my mind until now
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#26 - beloth (01/12/2015) [-]
Neither lol
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#14 - nought (01/12/2015) [-]
oh
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