Question Is there such a thing as a internal 19-pin USB3 Hub?

Koesherbacon

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Hello there, I'd like to know if there's such thing as an USB3 Hub that will allow more than 2 to connect to an internal 19-pin connector?


There are so many 2xUSB to 19-Pin connectors but I can't seem to find anything other than this 19-pin motherboard connector regarding USB3 connectors


There are plenty of 2xUSB to 19-pin Motherboard Connectors like this, but I can't seem to find any that have more than 2xUSB connectors.HHere's an example of what there are many available:
https://i.ibb.co/GxvnfzN/Screenshot-20200914-140143.jpg

So what I'd really like to know is if there's something like that that has 4 or more USB ends or an internal USB Hub I could use to plug in several USB3 components all at once into the 19-pin connector.


Thanks a lot!
 

Barty1884

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What are you looking to connect, that requires 3.0/3.1 bandwidth?

The header itself is limited to two ports at fully speed, AFAIK - So even if hubs/adapters exist, there's only so much bandwidth available.

You could look to a PCIe add-in card to give yourself another USB3 header in the case, and run something like you linked from that.
 

Ralston18

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Not sure about that particular "adapter".

However, if you are going to have multiple USB 3.0 devices (how many?) my recommendation is an independently powered USB 3.0 hub.

Such hubs use standard USB cables/plugs.

Google words such as "USB 3.0 hub powered" with a 1 year time filter to stay current.

Then revise the search criteria to focus on devices that meet your requirements.

Next look for product and manufacturer reviews.

Likewise look for User Guides/Manuals. May not be much per se but there may be some caveats, fine print, etc. in the documentation that does not appear in the advertising.

Other things can happen. For example:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/968132/usb-devices-may-stop-functioning-correctly-when-multiple-devices-conne

Details matter.
 

Koesherbacon

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What are you looking to connect, that requires 3.0/3.1 bandwidth?

The header itself is limited to two ports at fully speed, AFAIK - So even if hubs/adapters exist, there's only so much bandwidth available.

You could look to a PCIe add-in card to give yourself another USB3 header in the case, and run something like you linked from that.
So something like these are my best bet, huh?
1) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GSQR6D4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_0i.xFbDB2BDQT
2} https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0832HDX6C/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_el.xFb5JHV81H

Thanks very much
 

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