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USB 2.0 9-pin connector cable to USB 3.0 19-pin socket on motherboard.

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3 years ago#1
Can it be done? I don't have a USB 2.0 9-pin socket available on my motherboard, but I have an unused USB 3.0 19-pin socket. I need an available socket to power an internal PCI Express add-on.
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3 years ago#2
Looks like nobody knows the answer....
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3 years ago#3
What on earth do you have that needs to pull power from a USB2.0 front panel header? Sounds incredibly sketchy.
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3 years ago#4
They make cables to do it yeah. Can't fathom why something that needed power wouldn't just use a molex though
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3 years ago#5
Xjph posted...
What on earth do you have that needs to pull power from a USB2.0 front panel header? Sounds incredibly sketchy.

I need this-

http://images.ncix.com/forumimages/819C7216-3414-47B6-839AF45172E126AB.JPG

to plug this-

http://www.microsatacables.com/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/u/s/usb-int-20in.jpg

into this-

http://www.techpowerup.com/img/10-07-15/63b.jpg

for this-

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4135#ov


So there is absolutely nothing sketchy about this set-up.
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