Connecting my cases USB to the MOBO

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aatwo

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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]

[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)
 
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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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