Answer Best answer as chosen by user moranacus
You may be able to calculate this easily yourself
There will be some fuzziness to drive capacity due to the nature of binary counting and formatting overhead so what it says on the box won't be what you'll necessarily see. If the drive's manufacturer doesn't provide that data for you, I think that what you've observed on your existing drives might offer a clue. My beat up calculator finds that your actual numbers are about 93% of your projected numbers. So multiply .93 X the 1TB spec and I'll bet you'll be darn close.
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