Okay, now you got this A7V board, with the nice USB add-on card. But the thing is silly, because it doesn't fit in the case, it will either take up a PC slot, or it will short-circuit the VGA card. So, time for a change. Enough holes, we just need to make it fit!
First, we take it apart, by removing the two screws that hold the bracket in place.
Next, we take the bracket to the tool shed, get out the electric drill and the iron saw. We drill two holes, just where a LPT port would have them (I used an old LPT bracket for measure). The "hook" is simply cut off with the saw. You see the result...
Final step is to remove the LPT bracket from the computer case, and use two screws (which I obtained from an old LPT connector card) to secure it into place. Voila, there's two extra USB ports, and no need to sacrifice a bracket or risk frying your AGP card.