If you wanna be very specific then yes.. The standard these day's for memory is usually rounded off to an even number.. (Example: 128 megs of ram, 256 megs of ram, 512 megs of ram etc..)
Memory is usually measured in megabytes and isn't rounded off (512 megs of ram is not rounded off to 500 megs) However, large capacity storage is usually measured in gigabytes and is rounded off (e.g. a 4.096 gigabyte hard drive is usually considered a 4 gigabyte hard drive).
I'm probably the biggest newbie in terms of computer in there...scandisk is probably the biggest thing I've ever succes doing on my computer...and question for the experts...what does Ko, Octet, Guig and Kb means? And what does that do?
Sorry for my ignorance, it compensate for many other things!