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    Originally posted by optic_pro1430
    Do we really need that much disk space?! So games now are going to take 1-2 gigabytes... what next?!

    Or was this intended to be a harmless joke?
    No idea they all have just gone wacko or
    all dreaming about Yoda, or yata, or yayabite

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    So seriously, guys, really what is after YottaBytes?

    nanobytes?

    read more related stuff here
    http://www.sysopt.com/forum/showthre...hreadid=114928

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    I dunno. As far as I know, there's no name yet. Anyone want to vote on it?

    Something interesting: http://www.athensacademy.org/instruc...Ten%20(10).htm

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    Nice reading

    thanks for the link

    and the quests continues on the X?-byte...

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    I think it's gonna be another greek letter followed by byte as yotta and zetta (not sure about about others) are derived from it.

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    This is a scale nobody will need to know but...

    lumabyte- 2^230 Screw it
    mingabyte- 2^230 Screw it
    nenabyte- 2^220 Screw it
    ochabyte- 2^210 Screw it
    peptabyte- 2^200 Screw it
    quexabyte- 2^190 Screw it
    rintabyte- 2^180 Screw it
    sortabyte- 2^170 Screw it
    tredabyte- 2^160 Screw it
    udabyte- 2^150 Screw it
    vundabyte- 2^140 Screw it
    wekabyte- 2^130 Screw it
    xonabyte- 2^120 1.329227995789158729072038007060e+36
    safcabyte- 2^110 1.298074214633706907132624082305e+33
    orgobyte- 2^100 1 267 650 600 228 229 401 496 703 205 376
    brontobyte- 2^90 1 237 940 039 285 380 274 899 124 224
    yottabyte- 2^80 1 208 925 819 614 629 174 606 176
    zettabyte- 2^70 1 180 591 620 717 411 303 424
    exabyte- 2^60 1 152 921 504 606 846 976
    petabyte- 2^50 1 125 899 906 842 624
    terabyte- 2^40 1 099 511 627 776
    gigabyte- 2^30 1 073 741 824
    megabyte- 2^20 1 048 576
    kilobyte- 2^10 1 024
    hectobyte- 2^7 128
    decabyte- 2^4 16
    (uni)byte- 2^1 1
    decabyte- 2^-2
    decibyte- 2^-5
    centibyte- 2^-8
    millibyte- 2^-10
    microbyte- 2^-20
    nanobyte- 2^-30
    picobyte- 2^-40
    femtobyte- 2^-50
    attobyte- 2^-60
    zeptobyte- 2^-70
    yoctobyte- 2^-80

    Any questions

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    The root of pi?
    During deep sleep IT came to me and the future of processing is clear.
    Future processors will primarily be digital tuning radios acting as grid computing nodes.
    Voila. See ya in hell.
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    Software for calculating π

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Softwar...ulating_%CF%80
    According to its author, it can compute one million digits in 3.5 seconds
    Last edited by Train; 04-20-2008 at 11:20 PM.

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    Nutttin better then a SIX Year OLD thread
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve R Jones
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    LOL


    So what is that, an old member logging in for a joke; or a newbie using the search function? I think the previous.
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    wow, i remember this old topic.

    back then it was kinda a joke.

    but it is not so anymore, we are seriously approaching those crazy numbers.

    considering myself i'm already using 3.5 TeraBytes in just my own computer.....

    soon we'll past the TeraByte era, and move on to the DuoByte? then TrillioByte, and QuadtuByte? then PentaByte....
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    Gotabyte (Fishing term)

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    Last edited by herosrest; 04-26-2008 at 07:23 AM.
    During deep sleep IT came to me and the future of processing is clear.
    Future processors will primarily be digital tuning radios acting as grid computing nodes.
    Voila. See ya in hell.
    PROCESSING

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    Smile 10^27 xona X

    Hey i was trying to answer the same question and found this here (http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showt...php?t=331382):

    10^1 deka da
    10^2 hecto h
    10^3 kilo k
    10^6 mega M
    10^9 giga G
    10^12 tera T
    10^15 peta P
    10^18 exa E
    10^21 zetta Z
    10^24 yotta Y
    10^27 xona X
    10^30 weka W
    10^33 vunda V
    10^36 uda U
    10^39 treda TD
    10^42 sorta S
    10^45 rinta R
    10^48 quexa Q
    10^51 pepta PP
    10^54 ocha O
    10^57 nena N
    10^60 minga MI
    10^63 luma L

    The proposed (but not official) system. However, Yotta is the next to last greek alphabet letter - the last one would be the Omega. It could be that the next one would be the Omegabyte - which sounds **** cool. After that they should abandon the Greek system and go to something else - like Egyptian.


    I dont know how true this is. I just found it

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