A Ram has capacity of 128k * 32.
then what is the capacity of RAM in bytes?

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There are 1024 Bytes in 1 Kilobyte so:

128K * 32 = 4096K,
4096K * 1024 = 4194304 Bytes

How we express it normally though would be in MB.
in this case, take 4096K and divide it by 1024
That will give you 4MB... and that sir is …

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There are 1024 Bytes in 1 Kilobyte so:

128K * 32 = 4096K,
4096K * 1024 = 4194304 Bytes

How we express it normally though would be in MB.
in this case, take 4096K and divide it by 1024
That will give you 4MB... and that sir is one OLD ram stick :)

There are 1024 Bytes in 1 Kilobyte so:


That will give you 4MB... and that sir is one OLD ram stick :)

that's twice as much my first computer had in it , .lol

My first computer had 16 MB of ram. it was a 486 and it ran DOS 6.22/Win 3.11.
It was blistering fast playing DOS games.... unless I didn't have enough of the first 640k :). I was only 3 years old at the time and knew my way around a DOS shell better than I do now. It also had the SB16... Best...sound...card...EVER

thanks to all!

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