Unfortunately it's not as simple of an answer as you might like to think.
1600/3840GB are "marketing" capacities - so Base 10. Our systems use base 2 internally, so they become 1490/3568GB, right at the start. I will be using Base 2 for this example.
If used in a small footprint system, to enable efficiencies we would normally partition it into three partitions - root, data1 and data2.
root is a different size, depending on platform - on our newest system, the AFF-A220, it is only 23GB, leaving 2x1.74TB partitions - but on our slightly older systems, it would be 53GB, leaving 2x1.72TB partitions
On larger systems, it would be a single 3140GB disk after formatting
Thanks. That helps some. What I think we are looking for is more about how much "usable" space each disk gives after the marketing size and the format of the drive is done. e.g. I buy a "8 TB" disk, format it with NTFS and now it's only 7.27 TB. Just looking for what the size really is so when someone calcualtes how much storage is usable the number is closer than the marketing number. Hope that makes sense.
hwu.netapp.com lists the base 2 formatted capacity for each model of drive - assume 90% of that number when adding SSD capacity. If the drives will contain root aggregates (first two shelves), subtract 60GB per disk.
Your NetApp and partner engineers have access to an internal sizing tool and can generate precise figures for you, including heat and power loading.
I would recommend you to stop thinking how much usable space on a disk, but instead ask how much overall usable space you'll get after AFF/FAS system configuration.
The reason I'm telling this because there are many factors and configuration choices in your particular case which can influence overall usable space regardless of usable space on a single disk.
In many cases it is easier to go even vice-versa: tell how much usable space do you need and what type of data you are going to store, and from that, we can find what storage system suits for you.
The first place to go is to ask your NetApp representative.
If you have a partner account, you can go yo synergy which can help to find usable space for your storage system configuration.
cluster1::> storage disk show -raid-info-for-aggregate
Owner Node: node1
RAID Group: rg0
Position Disk HA Shelf Bay Chan Pool Type RPM Size Size
-------- --------------------- ------------ ---- ------ ----- ------ -------- --------
data node1:2d.11.2 2d 11 2 B Pool0 SAS 15000 9.77GB 9.93GB
dparity node1:2d.11.0 2d 11 0 B Pool0 SAS 15000 9.77GB 9.93GB
parity node1:2d.11.1 2d 11 1 B Pool0 SAS 15000 9.77GB 9.93GB