Same Height, Same Area, Different Volumes

Two cuboid boxes of integer dimensions both have the same height of \(1\) cm. and same total surface area of \(166\) \(cm.^2\), but the volume difference between these boxes is \(1\) \(cm.^3\).

What is the volume of the bigger box in \(cm.^3\)?


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