Hello everyone. I have a question that is probably simple for you folks to answer.
It is my understanding that each system has a limit to the total amount of internal storage capacity it can accommodate. As an example, let's say that the system can accommodate total HDD storage of 4 TB.
In this example the total capacity of the system cannot exceed 4 TB. So, if you already have a 2TB HDD installed and you have an open bay, you can add another HDD of only maximum of 2 TB so as not to exceed the 4 TB cap.
Do I have this correct in that each system has a maximum amount of internal storage that it can handle? If so, what determines what that maximum is. Is it the OS, the motherboard or something else?
Lastly, how do I determine what my system maximum is?
I apologize for being naïve on this point, but I need a little education on this topic. Please let me know. Thank you.