Yeha, i think these red ports on al lboards are the high-power USB ports. But like I said, although I think it might be a standard, I am not 100% sure. Makes sense though, doesn't it?
Gigabyte will also put red inside the pin header, as do a few other oEMs, but usually it's jsut a single header. Some boards offer high-power USB 2.0 on al lports anyway, and usually these boards in particular don't have any demarkation of what ports are what.
This thread actually raises a very good thing, in that OEMs are not very open with information about this functionality, so I'll make a point of asking WTF is going on with that from thispoint forward, if it isn't handled in the manual.
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