Connecting front panel USB


B

BH2

Hi G;uys,
need some advice please just buil a new computer with new Mobo But using the
same case, would like to know which wire do I connect to which Mobo pins
Mobo

1. Pwr 5v
2. Pwr 5v
3. USB DX-
4. USB Dy-
5. USBDX+
6. USB Dy+
7. Gnd
8. Gnd
9. No pin
10. NC


Case Wire connectors
1. VSS
2. UBS+
3. USB-
4. Gnd

Think I know but don't want to get it wrong
Thanks Guys
Regards
Bob
 
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Rod Speed

BH2 said:
Sorry Guys,
the First Case Wire Connector on the is VCC not VSS

The Pwr 5V goes to the VCC
The Gnd should be obvious.
The USB+ and USB- goes to say the DX+ and DX-, use the same letter after the D.

There is obviously enough for two front panel connectors on the motherboard header.
 
P

Paul

BH2 said:
Hi G;uys,
need some advice please just buil a new computer with new Mobo But using the
same case, would like to know which wire do I connect to which Mobo pins
Mobo

1. Pwr 5v
2. Pwr 5v
3. USB DX-
4. USB Dy-
5. USBDX+
6. USB Dy+
7. Gnd
8. Gnd
9. No pin
10. NC


Case Wire connectors
1. VSS
2. UBS+
3. USB-
4. Gnd

Think I know but don't want to get it wrong
Thanks Guys
Regards
Bob

PWR_5V = VCC
DX- = USB-
DX+ = USB+
GND = GND

The 2x5 has room for two 1x4 patterns, as in the
above table. Just make sure the power and ground
go in the right place. That is the most important
part.

Paul
 
B

BH2

Thanks Rod
Regards
Bob
Rod Speed said:
The Pwr 5V goes to the VCC
The Gnd should be obvious.
The USB+ and USB- goes to say the DX+ and DX-, use the same letter after
the D.

There is obviously enough for two front panel connectors on the
motherboard header.
 
B

BH2

Thanks Paul,
Building a Computer is not that easy, different boards different pins.
Regards
Bob
 
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CJM

Paul said:
PWR_5V = VCC
DX- = USB-
DX+ = USB+
GND = GND

The 2x5 has room for two 1x4 patterns, as in the
above table. Just make sure the power and ground
go in the right place. That is the most important
part.

Paul

I always refer to this information when I get confused:

http://www.frontx.com/cpx101_2.html

Seems to explain it nicely.

Charlie
 

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