Question Difference between a 5V Sata SSD and a 12V Sata SSD?

SeriousGaming101

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Hello all,

This is the main storage machine for my at-home wifi security cameras:

https://us.eufy.com/products/t80301d1

Its called the HomeBase3 and it supports up to 16TB of "Any 5V 2.5" storage drive (HDD or SSD) with a SATA interface.Note: 12V storage drives are not supported. "

I was just told that the Samsung QVO 8TB Sata SSD is a 12V and thus is not compatible with my HomeBase3.

Can anyone give me a list of good Sata SSD that are 5V? I am looking for reputable brands with high storage capacity which are 5V.
 
I've seen very few SATA SSDs that make use of the 12V supply. Some Intel enterprise SSDs can benefit from a 12V supply, but I think these can also run in a 5V-only environment.

Seagate also has one 2.5" laptop HDD that requires 12V, but nearly everything else runs from a 5V-only supply.
 

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