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The USBMBADAPT USB A to USB Motherboard Header Adapter features a 4-pin USB header (female) connection, as well as a regular USB A (female) port, allowing you to connect internal USB devices directly to the motherboard header connection.
The adapter cable offers a cost-effective solution for connecting multi-function front panels, or any device that relies on using an internal USB port.
Constructed of high quality materials and expertly constructed for durable performance, the USBMBADAPT adapter is backed by StarTech. com's Lifetime Warranty.
Nothing fancy, but it seems to be well made and it worked for me.
This cable is exactly what I needed to install a bootable USB drive inside the PC case out of sight to prevent tampering or theft.
Plugs right into a mobo header, and allows me to boot to USB without having to use up an external USB port.
This is a very nice piece.
The connections seem strong and make good contact.
Perfect for whatever DIY project your mind can think up.
I got this so I can have my USB device inside my computer case without running wires out the back of the case. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ben R.
I built a computer for a customer in their 70's that didn't have any floppy IDE connectors on the motherboard. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jack
I use this in my FreeNAS box to connect the flash drive with the OS directly to the motherboard. Previously I had the flash drive hanging out the back of computer, but I was... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Nick Whitworth
Plugs right into a mobo header, and allows me to boot to USB without having to use up an external USB port.Published 9 months ago by aarondr
This cable is exactly what I needed to install a bootable USB drive inside the PC case out of sight to prevent tampering or theft.Published 9 months ago by Robert Pauls