Do larger capacity toners actually use up all the toner??
Can someone clear this up.
Companies sell compatible toners that are larger capacity than standard genuine toners, i'm told they are X version toners.
However ive read about rhe chips on the toner cartridges and in the rpinter that point are that when a certain amount has been reported to report the toner as empty as it is basing it on being a standard sized toner, therefore you end up replacing the toner early and not using the extra capacity you apparently get.
I know you can disable the chips in the printers but then you dont get the reported amount of toner left on each colour or the order/replace reports on the front, you just have to wait until you can visibly see that the toner has run out.
So with the chips NOT being disabled, if you use an X version higher capacity toner will the printer actually use all the toner before reporting it as being empty?