Motherboard uses different audio / usb pin configuration than case?

The front panel audio, usb and firewire pins on my Gigabyte GA-MA790XT-UD4P motherboard seem to be in a different configuration than my Coolermaster Centurion 534 case. Do I need to do something to fix this? Will I damage my computer if I connect them?

For your reference, the pins are listed as:

F_AUDIO (Coolermaster):
1 PORT1L
2 AUD GND
3 PORT1R
4 PRESENCE#
5 PORT2R
6 SENSE1_RETURN
7 SENSE_SEND
8 NO PIN
9 PORT2L
10 SENSE2_RETURN

F_AUDIO (Gigabyte):
1 MIC2_L
2 GND
3 MIC2_R
4 -ACZ_DET
5 LINE2_R
6 GND
7 FAUDIO_JD
8 NO PIN
9 LINE2_L
10 GND

F_USB (Coolermaster):
1 USB+5V
2 USB+5V
3 LP-
4 LP-
5 LP+
6 LP+
7 GND
8 GND
9 NO PIN
10 NC

F_USB (Gigabyte):
1 Power(5V)
2 Power(5V)
3 USB DX-
4 USB DY-
5 USB DX+
6 USB DY+
7 GND
8 GND
9 NO PIN
10 NC

F_1394 (Coolermaster):
1 TPA+
2 TPA-
3 GND
4 GND
5 TPB+
6 TPB+
7 +12V
8 +12V
9 NO PIN
10 GND

F_1394 (Gigabyte):
1 TPA+
2 TPA -
3 GND
4 GND
5 TPB+
6 TPB-
7 Power(12V)
8 Power(12V)
9 NO PIN
10 GND

Thanks!
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  1. There should be no problems connecting them as the pins match. Don't worry about the naming; as long as the power and the ground (return) pins are the same, it will not cause issues.
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