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 29/09/2003 07:31pm (Read 282432 times)  

Anonymous: nan

For all of you Geeks.... How many MB equals a GB? 2. What is more important...total space on a website server or bandwidth space? Anyone know of any good deals going for servers and space.... the more the better.

 29/09/2003 07:49pm  
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os

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1024, but often they \"cheat\" and use 1000, for example, your 40GB drive is realy 39,.. (- a lot of other stuff). I use 34sp.com (uk) g

 29/09/2003 09:44pm  
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2. What is more important...total space on a website server or bandwidth space?
It depends. Smile Bandwidth is what cost the most. I would check out pag-zone.com or if you want the power of your own server, linode.com

 02/01/2005 11:27pm  

Anonymous: Ultimate-Geek

If you want a really good place to get server space and webhosting go to lifehost.com

 06/05/2007 06:38pm  
freakingout

Anonymous: YOMAMA

That Much! I Am Installing A Game That Takes 2 gigabytes

 24/08/2007 11:35pm  
groggy

Anonymous: YOMAMA!

Lol is it wow,In reply to YOMAMA


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 20/02/2008 06:00pm  

Anonymous: Lemons42

I'm trying to down load wow. 3.16 gb. 112mbs done. 3% in an hr. and a half!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NEED NEW ROUTER! or disable firewall...

 01/03/2008 01:35pm  
angelic

Anonymous: GRIM-G-SLapdash

i just installed a 8 gig game COD:4

 20/03/2008 08:32pm  
freakingout

Anonymous: SHALLOWCRACKER

LOL Confused: LOL 5 GIGABYTES IS NOTHING I'M DOWNLOADING A GAME TO BURN THAT 9.o GIGABYTES! THATS CRAZY YO!!! IF WONDERING ITS WARHAMMER 40,000!

 30/05/2008 02:56pm  

Anonymous: 58641 mb is how many GB?

what would that covert into? sorry I am a lil slow, LOL

 12/06/2008 02:42pm  
rockin

Anonymous: Sexiican_i?

:helpme: that was what i was like b 4 now,,, LOL Exclamation
Thanks for asking the mb gb quesion

 22/08/2008 01:11am  
awake

Anonymous: WoWFtw,ButIwantGMOD

World of Warcraft is the highest space taker upper.... thing.. on my laptop. 8,902.00 MB. That's like, nearly 9 GB right?
I got 3.05 GB left, I want Steam, And GMOD. I think I need a Steam SDK game for it though soo... Kinda scared.

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