# Gigabytes and Bits Converter

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Use this calculator to convert gigabytes (GB) to bits (b) and bits to gigabytes. This converter is part of the full data storage converter tool.

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## Gigabytes to Bits Conversions

Gigabytes Bits
1 gigabyte 8000000000 bits
2 gigabytes 16000000000 bits
3 gigabytes 24000000000 bits
4 gigabytes 32000000000 bits
5 gigabytes 40000000000 bits
6 gigabytes 48000000000 bits
7 gigabytes 56000000000 bits
8 gigabytes 64000000000 bits
9 gigabytes 72000000000 bits
10 gigabytes 80000000000 bits
11 gigabytes 88000000000 bits
12 gigabytes 96000000000 bits
13 gigabytes 104000000000 bits
14 gigabytes 112000000000 bits
15 gigabytes 120000000000 bits
16 gigabytes 128000000000 bits
17 gigabytes 136000000000 bits
18 gigabytes 144000000000 bits
19 gigabytes 152000000000 bits
20 gigabytes 160000000000 bits
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

### How many bits are there in 1 gigabyte?

There are 8000000000 bits in 1 gigabyte. To convert from gigabytes to bits, multiply your figure by 8000000000 .

### What is a bit?

You might not be aware that the term "bit" is actually a shorter version of the phrase binary digit. A bit is the simplest unit of data storage and its value can represent a 0 or a 1 at any give time. Every other form of computing measurement is based off of the humble (and yet very important) bit.

### What is a gigabyte?

A gigabyte is the equivalent of 1,000,000,000 bytes. Still, many fields of computer science will refer to this number as 1,073,741,824 (1,024^3) bytes. This second figure will often be used when speaking about different sizes of RAM within an operating system. To make sense out of this large figure, let's use it in reference:

• 1 gigabyte is 1,000 megabytes.
• 1 gigabyte is 1,000,000 kilobytes.
So, we can see how these numbers will exponentially add up. This should come as no surprise, as the typical storage capacity of a smartphone is now generally between 2 and 4 gigabytes. That is a lot of bytes!