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USB01, USB23, USB45, USB67... PLEASE EXPLAIN??!

by Mattyontherock / December 14, 2008 10:33 AM PST

Are these different standards/data transfer rates, are they all high speed connections? I've looked around a heap of places yet no one is willing to go into further detail about what this means... CAN ANYONE HELP PLZ!

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by Jimmy Greystone / December 14, 2008 10:54 AM PST

No, I don't know where you found those, but they aren't USB standards. There's USB 1.0, USB 1.1, USB 2.0, and soon USB 3.0, that's it.

Then somewhere along the line they invented USB hi-speed and USB full speed to represent USB 1.1 and USB 2.0 respectively.

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if you're looking at your mobo
by ramarc / December 14, 2008 11:09 AM PST

those pin banks for USB connectors. When you attach a USB harness/cable, each connector results in two physical USB ports.

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USB Header Pins
by FattyXP / January 22, 2009 12:10 AM PST

USB67 is used to describe a usb 2.0 header.
USB01, 23, 45 are all just used to identify individual USB ports on a motherboard. (at least on mine) 4_5 is also a USB 2.0 header, that shares a header with the usb45 ports.

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