Question about Intel DP55KG Motherboard
Some cases have individual pins marked for the audio on a motherboard but many have a single block connector that usually has one pin blocked. That pin is to ensure it is only plugged in one way (the correct way)
It is not uncommon to have unused pins
Quite often there may be more than one GROUND and only one is needed so the others are quite often redundant or on some plugs just have a loop into that ground.
Yours uses PLUG E near the shorter PCI-E connector
Pin 8 is the BLANK pin I refer to above so if your front panel has that blanked or empty then that is the orientation
Not all pins are always used so you should still be able to connect just fine so long as only the one pin is missing as that is deliberate.
It is mentioned in the manual available here on page 50
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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