[SOLVED] Motherboard doesn't have sufficient headers

If you want all front USB ports on pc case to be operational, there are 2 options.
1. Use USB 2.0 to USB 3.0 adapter.
Two of case front ports would be USB 2.0 ports (slower but still operational).



2. Or get a PCIE USB 3.0 controller and connect 2 of case USB ports to it.

 

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Do you really need a case that huge? It was designed to house two system's hence why one port will be unoccupied when you're building inside that case using one system.

it seems that the mobo is two short
Are you sure? If USB3.2 Gen 1, then you're short one header on that motherboard.

If you're building one system, not a dual build inside one case, then why not look at cheaper options and one that's smaller in size, like the Phanteks P400A...?
 
If you want all front USB ports on pc case to be operational, there are 2 options.
1. Use USB 2.0 to USB 3.0 adapter.
Two of case front ports would be USB 2.0 ports (slower but still operational).



2. Or get a PCIE USB 3.0 controller and connect 2 of case USB ports to it.

 

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