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GB = Gigabyte (1,073,741,824 bytes) is conversion of GB to Byte on binary base (i.e.1024 to the power of 3). However, Im not sure if you may calculate this way a size of usable space on Intel SSD. For example I've have 1 TB Intel 760 series SSD installed in my computer. In Intel Specification Data the capacity is defined as 1.024TB. This is the total __physical__ capacity of this drive. The total __usable__ capacity of this drive is only 952.62GB, since part of the capacity is used for NAND flash management and for the maintenance purposes.

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GB = Gigabyte (1,073,741,824 bytes)

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GB = Gigabyte (1,073,741,824 bytes) is conversion of GB to Byte on binary base (i.e.1024 to the power of 3). However, Im not sure if you may calculate this way a size of usable space on Intel SSD. For example I've have 1 TB Intel 760 series SSD installed in my computer. In Intel Specification Data the capacity is defined as 1.024TB. This is the total __physical__ capacity of this drive. The total __usable__ capacity of this drive is only 952.62GB, since part of the capacity is used for NAND flash management and for the maintenance purposes.

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