Using MBT the limits are (I understand) the same as Windows 2003 (see here for details):

- Maximum simple partition: 2TiB
- Maximum non-simple volume (i.e. single NTFS volume across multiple partitions/disks): 2
^{32}−1 clusters. So with 512 byte clusters that is ~16TiB, but could be significantly larger (e.g. 64KiB clusters gives ~256TiB).

With GUID Partition Table (GPT), the limits are 2^{64} clusters (in theory), but it is not clear if there are any practical limits significantly below this for the volume size in general. A single parition GPT volumes is limited to 18EiB (i.e. 18×1024×1024TiB). Individual files are limited to 2^{44} bytes by implementation limits from the NTFS format limit of 2^{64}.