MT/s to Mb/s Calculator

This tool converts from Mega Transfer per second (MT/s) to Megabit per second (Mb/s) and Megabyte per second (MB/s).


Enter the value for MT/s and the tool will provide the number of Mbps



Example Calculation

The initial DDR5 specification released by JEDEC covers data rates up to 6400 MT/s. Using the calculator, this is equivalent to 409600 Megabit per second or 51200 Megabyte per second.


Megatransfer per second (MT/s) is a unit of measurement used to describe the number of data transfers or operations that can occur in one second in digital systems, particularly in the context of computer memory and bus interfaces.

One Mega Transfer per second equals one million or 1,000,000 transfers per second.

This term is often used when discussing the data transfer rates of computer buses and memory interfaces, such as Double Data Rate (DDR) SDRAM technologies. For example, DDR4-3200 memory has a transfer rate of 3200 MT/s, meaning it can perform 3200 million transfers per second.

👉 This calculator gives the clock rate (MHz) for a specified Transfer rate (and vice versa)

👉 MT/s vs MHz – what’s the difference?

It’s important to differentiate between Mega Transfers per second (MT/s) and Megabits or Megabytes per second (Mbps or MB/s), as the latter are units of data rate used to measure the actual amount of data (in bits or bytes) transmitted per second, which considers both the number of transfers per second and the amount of data moved per transfer.

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