The following shows the pin assignment of the USB connector: 

       ( VBUS) Red or +5V

       ( D-) White

       ( D+) Green

       ( GND) Black

       Shell Shield Drain Wire (This connector is not necessary as some motherboard does not have such pin)

Note:  The above wire coloring only represents typical practices within the industry, some USB wires may use different colors.

WIRE COLOR ON DIFFERENT CASES

 a)     EN 7250 Connectors stick together

              Green & Blue (Vbus)

              White & White/Black stripes (D-)

              Yellow & Yellow/Black stripes (D+)

              Black (Ground)

 b)    Metis Connectors are separate

              Red (Vbus)

              White (D-)

              Blue (D+)

              Black (Ground)

 c)    Atlas Connectors stick together

              Red & Orange (Vbus)

              Yellow & White (D-)

              Blue & Green (D+)

              Black (Ground)

              Extension Black (Ground) these are for shell use

 d)    Conquest and Liberty
           Connectors are separate

              Red & Orange (Vbus)

              Yellow & White (D-)

              Blue & Green (D+)

              Black & Brown (Ground)

              Grey (Shell)

d)     Prestige
           Black connector separate
           White + Green + Red stick together

              Red (Vbus)

              Green (D-)

              White (D+)

              Black (Ground)

 e)    InWin J508 and J523
           Black connector separate
           White + Green + Red stick together

              Red (Vbus)

              Green (D-)

              White (D+)

              Black (Ground)

 f)     USB + IDEEE station
          Connectors are separate

              Red (Vbus)

              Yellow & White (D-)

              Grey & Green (D+)

              Black (Ground)

 

MOTHERBOARD USB PIN ASSIGNMENT

Please refer to Mainboard menu for USB Pins location.  Fig. 1 shows the USB pin assignments:

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

According to Fig. 1, users could first plug in the Vbus or +5V connectors, then follow the label shown on the wires to connect the rest of the USB pins.

Note: USB 2.0 (Hi-Speed USB) is fully compatible with USB 1.1 (Original USB), and uses the same cables and connectors.