Similarly, many modern-day motherboards provide a pin header that allows connection to a front-mounted IEEE-1394 port.
With this system case, there are six wires coming from its front-mounted IEEE-1394 port. These consist of two sets of twisted pair cables (TPA and TPB), a power cable (VP) and a ground cable (VG).
The Intel Front Panel Connectivity Guide recommends the following design for a front-mounted IEEE-1394 connectors. If your motherboard is a recent design, it’s likely it will be identical, or at least similar.
|Pin||Signal name||Pin||Signal name|
|7||+12V (Fused)||8||+12V (Fused)|
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