How many KB does it take to make a GB?
How many kilobytes are there in 1 gigabyte? There are 1000000 kilobytes in 1 gigabyte
We put together a table of average file sizes despite these disparities and variations, which will ideally help determine storage needs for an average user.
|File Size||Average File Size*||Number of files you can store on 50 Gb|
Not much media
|HD Video 30 Sec||100mb||500|
|4K Video 30 Sec||175mb||280|
|4K Video 30 Min||10.5 GB||< 5|
It can be a daunting job to buy a computer for work. There are so many different styles and so many brands. What is the right one for you? How much are you to spend? Do you need a hybrid, desktop, or laptop?
You can’t be cheap when investing in a computer.
Time is money. You’re going to spend more time waiting for a cheap computer than you’re going to spend on a good computer. Yes, the so-called bargain computer you found for £500 was a fantastic purchase so you think. Your lack of speed is going to cost you much more than that. Save up and be ready to spend the dough up £1000 plus on a good machine at least.
Decide Whether or Not You Need Portability.
Will your work require you to work out of the office? Then get a laptop. If you are likely to never leave your office, get a desktop. Desktops are generally cheaper for similar hardware (this is a rule of thumb and is not written in stone). Desktops are hardier, more easily repaired, and easily upgraded.
Get the best CPU you can.
The processor is your computer’s heart. Your system would be slow if your processor is slow. It is also the hardest piece to upgrade to. You can always incorporate more RAM or get a larger hard drive later.
Using as many slots as possible for RAM.
Your computer’s motherboard will have RAM slots in multiples of two. No matter how many there are, you can fill them all in. Put in four RAM chips if there are four slots. This will provide your RAM with four access points. The more access you have, the quicker the stuff can go.
Does graphic card increase computer speed?
For games, a video card built to work for games works well. It is not designed to work with CAD. You can probably do your job (or play your games) just fine, but don’t assume it’s going to work well for you if it works well for a game. Games are designed to rapidly and regularly render the display. It’s got to be right. For your needs.
So rather than I give you model numbers which could potentially be out of date in six months.
*Keep in mind the sizes may vary.