Asus Motherboard Internal USB Header Pinouts

Written on April 8, 2010 by
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When connecting front case USB ports directly to the motherboard, use the diagram below to identify the correct pins for each cable.

V is the voltage rail carrying +5VDC, and sometimes goes by VCC or +5. The wire that connects to it should be red.

- and + are the data transmission pins, and sometimes goes by D- and D+.

G is the ground pin. The 'shield' pin (to the right of the top ground) is not used. The wires that connect to the ground and shield pins should be black.

Tags: Motherboards, Support, USB
Billy&bolly

And find out here where the colors must be placed;
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Posted on 2012-10-26 19:37:41