Dell T440 Server RAID10 - Mixing 512n/512e drives

If the Dell T440 server has 4 x 4TB 512n drives in RAID 10 with PERC H740P RAID controller and 3 years later you need to replace a failed drive but you cannot source any 4TB 512n drives, can you replace the 4TB 512n drive with a 512e drive that is the same size or larger than 4TB?
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David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
yes
http://www.dell.com/support/manuals/ca/en/cabsdt1/poweredge-rc-h740p/perc10_ug_pub/4-kb-sector-disk-drives?guid=guid-adfc80e7-af30-4116-accc-c8fa58f22673&lang=en-us
Mixing 512–byte native and 512–byte emulated drives in a virtual disk is allowed, but mixing 512–byte and 4 KB native drives in a virtual disk is not allowed.
You can only boot from a 4 KB sector drive in UEFI mode.
4K is only supported in UEFI mode and not legacy BIOS
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