On page three, it says:
The case has a pair of front USB 3.0 headers but as most motherboards do not have internal USB 3.0 headers, external cables are provided that can be routed through the back and plugged into the back panel. An internal header adapter is included.
Really? I just bought one of these cases (not for this feature), and I can't see any way to do that. Anyone have any information on this?
Complicating my situation is my choice of the ASRock A68M-ITX/HT mobo. it wants you to connect their remote receiver to the front of the system, but it needs to be plugged into a USB 2.0 header co-located with something called a CIR header. (I tried this, but couldn't figure out how to get it to work, so I unplugged it.) Assuming I wanted to make that connection, that pretty much returns the front panel to 2.0, doesn't it?
Since I don't need a GPU card, I got a internal USB 3.0 adapter from Silverstone. I haven't been able to use it yet, because it doesn't fit under my cooler. I guess I'll get getting a right-angle adapter for that slot. I can plug in the front panels to this, but...then I can't use the remote. (ASRock says to only use their receiver with a front panel port (I guess for line of sight).
This appears to be one of those situations that calls for a compromise, I guess. I don't really care about using the remote, but I'm curious about the idea of running the internal cable out the back of the case.
Any ideas? Thanks...