Re: Will my computer support above 2.2tb harddrives
CPU and memory has absolutely NOTHING to do with HDD sizes, it's upto the disk controller and operating system, in this case, as I said in your other earlier thread, the 700 series chipsets most likely will NOT support anything over 2TB, mostly because 2TB wasn't out till a few years AFTER then 700 series chipsets had come along.
Basically, buy a 4TB disk, doesn't work, buy a SATA controller that will fit your motherboard, and that offers support for 4TB disks.
In all honesty, instead of splurging for a different motherboard if you want 4TB disks, it really is cheaper to buy a single 4TB disk, and see if you can format it as 4TB under windows. If the board doesn't recognize it, buy a cheap SATA controller, and you are still spending less.
BTW, that Gigabyte motherboard is technically lower specced, but has a few differences to help it survive in this generation, such as the USB 3.0 controller being added on.