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Perfect, does what it says
on March 10, 2012
Many cases have a USB 3.0 panel connection, but it sometimes has a long cord that you need to route through your case and plug in to the rear USB 3.0 port. If your motherboard has a 20 pin (only 19 pins are used) connection, this allows you to route the panel cable directly to the motherboard, leaving an extra rear port available, and avoiding having an unsightly and air impeding wire snaking through your case.
The cable itself is somewhat stiff, but plenty flexible to bend out of the way, tucking out of sight towards the front of the case. Well worth the few bucks. Recommended!