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Adding extra USB 3 ports to my new Akoya

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Lonewolf1
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Adding extra USB 3 ports to my new Akoya

Just got an Akoya P67064 using a B460 motherboard, sorry sat on a wall outside the doctors waiting for my other half, trying to be as specific as I can!

2x usb 2.0

2x usb 3

At rear but could use more, is there any spare headers or any other way to do this internally?

And also, Hi everybody!

 

Cheers Jules

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Gehringer
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Hi @Lonewolf1 ,

 

please find below information on your motherboard:

Main feature: CPU socket: Socket LGA 1200 (65W max.)

 

Chipset: INTEL FH82B460

 

Type: internal

 

Technical kernel data: ECS B460H6-EM * RAM: max. 32 GB (2 slots) * Form factor: microATX

 

Interfaces / Connectivity: Back panel:
* 2x USB 2.0 Type-A ports
* 2x USB 3.0 Type-A ports
* 1x DisplayPort
* 1x HDMI
* 1x LAN (RJ45) port
* 3x OFC audio jacks

 

Internal Connectors:
* 4 x SATA 3 ports (4x black color)
* 1 x M.2 M2_1 (2260 and 2280 size with flexible standoff, SATA mode only)
* 1 x M.2 M2_2 (for PCIe X4 NVMe SSD and Intel Optane module 2260 & 2280)
* 1 x M.2 M2_3 (E-Key 2230 for WLAN only)
* 1 x CPU 4PIN Fan header CPU_FAN (red)
* 1 x Sys FAN 4PIN SYS_FAN (white)
* 1 x Front Audio F_AUDIO with black plastic header
* 1 x Frontside USB: Cardreader with black plastic header (one port only),
* 1 x USB3.0 H10x2 front header F_USB31_12 (Intel pin out)
* 1 x Front_Panel header F_PANEL black plastic header
* 1 x 8PIN ATX 12V connector ATX_12V

 

PCIe slots:
* 1 x PCIe x16
* 1 x PCIe x1

 

Processor Support
Comet Lake-S

 

Chipset
Intel B460

 

USB controller
Intel B460 chipset
2x USB 3.0 ports
2x USB 2.0 ports

 

Memory support
Supports max.DDR4 2666 MHz memory
2x DDR4 memory slots supporting up 32GB
Supports dual-channel mode

 

Audio
Realtek ALC887 HDA 8 channel Codec (6Ch rear + 2ch front function)

 

LAN
Realtek RTL8111H (GBit)

 

BIOS
AMI EFI BIOS APTIO core
SPI flash (128Mbit)

 

MB.png

 

Regards,

Gehringer

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Gehringer
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Hi @Lonewolf1 ,

 

can you please provide the MSN number of your unit?

Regards,

Gehringer

Lonewolf1
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Hi Gehringer, thanks for taking an interest👍   PC MEDION AKOYA P67064 MD35097 UK MSN: 1002 4144

 

Gehringer
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Hi @Lonewolf1 ,

 

please find below information on your motherboard:

Main feature: CPU socket: Socket LGA 1200 (65W max.)

 

Chipset: INTEL FH82B460

 

Type: internal

 

Technical kernel data: ECS B460H6-EM * RAM: max. 32 GB (2 slots) * Form factor: microATX

 

Interfaces / Connectivity: Back panel:
* 2x USB 2.0 Type-A ports
* 2x USB 3.0 Type-A ports
* 1x DisplayPort
* 1x HDMI
* 1x LAN (RJ45) port
* 3x OFC audio jacks

 

Internal Connectors:
* 4 x SATA 3 ports (4x black color)
* 1 x M.2 M2_1 (2260 and 2280 size with flexible standoff, SATA mode only)
* 1 x M.2 M2_2 (for PCIe X4 NVMe SSD and Intel Optane module 2260 & 2280)
* 1 x M.2 M2_3 (E-Key 2230 for WLAN only)
* 1 x CPU 4PIN Fan header CPU_FAN (red)
* 1 x Sys FAN 4PIN SYS_FAN (white)
* 1 x Front Audio F_AUDIO with black plastic header
* 1 x Frontside USB: Cardreader with black plastic header (one port only),
* 1 x USB3.0 H10x2 front header F_USB31_12 (Intel pin out)
* 1 x Front_Panel header F_PANEL black plastic header
* 1 x 8PIN ATX 12V connector ATX_12V

 

PCIe slots:
* 1 x PCIe x16
* 1 x PCIe x1

 

Processor Support
Comet Lake-S

 

Chipset
Intel B460

 

USB controller
Intel B460 chipset
2x USB 3.0 ports
2x USB 2.0 ports

 

Memory support
Supports max.DDR4 2666 MHz memory
2x DDR4 memory slots supporting up 32GB
Supports dual-channel mode

 

Audio
Realtek ALC887 HDA 8 channel Codec (6Ch rear + 2ch front function)

 

LAN
Realtek RTL8111H (GBit)

 

BIOS
AMI EFI BIOS APTIO core
SPI flash (128Mbit)

 

MB.png

 

Regards,

Gehringer

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Lonewolf1
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Looks like a no then?

Well done finding the mainboard piccie, I looked, well I thought everywhere👍

Gehringer
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Hi @Lonewolf1 ,

 

it is a No, unfortunately.

 

At least internally.

 

What about USB hubs?

 

Regards,

Gehringer

Lonewolf1
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Yeah, looks like it, I'll look at powered ones first of course!

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