Hello everybody. Since this question as been confounding me and I cannot find an answer for it anywhere else on the net or in any user guide, I thought that I'd turn to asking about it directly.
I recently have built my own computer, however the part I'm having a problem with is the case. It's a Thermaltake Level 10 GT Snow Edition case, and inside it has a plug that I cannot find a proper port for on my Motherboard (ASUS M5A88-V EVO)
There is a black plug, (20 pin, female) labeled USB 3.0, and it's connected to the top panel of my case, as well as (I believe anyway) three of my fans.
Any help as to where I can find the place to plug it?
Short answer you can't. Your board is older and even though it has 2 usb 3 ports, back then there was no standard yet for an internal usb3 header. Therefore your motherboard only has the older usb2 headers and none for usb3 (didn't exist afterall).
What many people did instead, and many case manufactures did, was use a ghetto approach and just ran a regular usb3 cable through the case, outside the back panel and into the motherboard, to feed the front panel usb3 ports.