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WD format provides "free" 11% extra storage
Western Digital says it has developed a technique that provides more usable space out of a given hard drive capacity. Known as Advanced Format, it reduces the amount of overhead for each data sector by pooling together information.
PC Perspective - Western Digital introduces 'Advanced Format'
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