Seagate says OS X Snow Leopard supports 3TB drives

By the end of 2010 Seagate will be shipping 3TB drives, and up until recently many were worried that OS X would be unable to support the drives. Usually when this happens an operating system would only let users access the storage limits defined by operating systems and BIOSes. For instance, Windows XP machines may only be able to see a portion of the available disk space.

A Seagate representative confirmed that Macs, through the utilization of the EFI firmware, will be will be able to fully access the 3TB drives.

This is great news for those of us who edit video. The more hard drive space the better.

Article Via Electronista

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