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Sure, I'd just get something like this, remove the ends of both, splice the wires together, and put a little solder on the joint to strengthen it, and cover it with heatshrink. You'd probably only need to connect the card to one row of 4-pins, so you can use the other row for another device.
That motherboard has 2 separate USB headers, but one is version 3 and one 2. You could just get a adapter for the 3.0 header (F_U32) to convert it to 2.0 if both the front panel and Prism use 2.0.
Do you have another internal header you can try to move it to? Most motherboards have 2
There are also adapter if you are not using your 3.0 header: https://www.amazon.com/Adapter-Converter-convertor-Motherboard-Gigabyte/dp/B07L9RWRMM/
Your last option if you need a new header would be a card for one of your pcie slots.
Hmm, seem to be less common then what I remember. Is the USB 3.0 internal header being used? Label is: USB3_12, right next to USB910?
If its not then just get this:
PCIe adapter won't work because you don't have a free PCIe slot, excluding one designed for dGPU.
Your motherboard doesn't have it. It only has a USB 3.0 port which is a different port altogether. It's usually occupied by a cable that connects it to the ports in the front of the case. If there's nothing in that port, you can use a USB 3.0 to USB 2.0 port like this:
If it's already being used up then you would need something like this :
You would have to route it to the back of you case somehow and connect it on the back.