FireWire and USB connectors
I have PC HP Pavilion Elite e9300z equipped of a 1394 connector. Anyone know if it's a 1394 or 1394b (Firewire 400 or 800) compatible?
If I want to add a USB 3.0 card, where should I use and what type of power connector would be used with this PC - Molex or SATA?
Thank you very much.
I have not found a decent picture of food on the HP site, but I found this site that has the power of HP original adduction (part 5188-2859) for this device.
Food seems to molex and SATA power connectors, so it really depends on what is available in the system. SATA is more recent, but either we could work as a long time that what you add support. Just in case you don't know, white connectors are molex and the black connectors are connectors to SATA power.
The motherboard should look like this once it is open.
The three short PCI express x 1 slots is the crack you up when you add an extension like a USB card.
It seems that the firewire port is 1394 a.
Here are the full specifications of the motherboard if you need.
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