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Connecting my cases USB to the MOBO

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by aatwo, Sep 24, 2008.

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  1. aatwo

    aatwo Thread Starter

    Aug 21, 2004
    i Bought an I-CUTE A52FG case today and I have an Asus mobo and I am trying to connect the USB cable that comes from the front of the case to the motherboard. However they are all labeled differently and so I was wondering what to do.

    The Mobo has a 10 pin slot that looks like this:

    [+5v] [P1-] [P1+] [GND] [____]
    [+5v] [P2-] [P2+] [GND] [ NC ]

    where as the case lead is split up into three parts at the end and labelled as follows:

    [VCC] [USB1-] [USB1+] [GND]

    [VCC] [USB2-] [USB2+] [GND]


    Anyone got any idea how to connect it? (in the manual it is very brief and makes no reference to the abrieviations made on the cases USB connector)
  2. Specsnow


    Oct 1, 2006
    Hi there,

    Here is the key for you:

    (+5v) = (VCC)
    (P1-) = (USB1-)
    (P1+) = (USB1+)
    (P2-) = (USB2-)
    (P2+) = (USB2+)
    The grounds match up as normal. Also, put that one ground that's all by itself to (NC).
    You should be all set.

    Hope this helps.
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