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1-27-2009 @ 11:49AM
Nice try, Korrh, but no.mb != Mb"mb" would actually a "millibit" or 1/100oth of a bit. So if we're going to be overly literal, he's actually saying that the patch is 6.9 bits in size... or less than a byte. Impressive, though, to be able to transmit a partial bit.Mb wouldn't even make sense for this, as it would mean that the patch was still the better part of a GB in size.He wrote "mb" and meant "KB". It's a ~7MB patch.
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