|They will be usb headers(i.e the usb connectors on the case), the mobo manual should define the pins. It's important to get them correct as they may burn or damage the board and/or usb device if connected improperly.|
The type of cable used is also important, if it's a flat ribbon then it's usb 1.1 and may not work properly with usb 2.0.
Oh and you listed 8 wires and 10 pins, that's normal, 2 pins are not used.
Here is a image from your mobo manual:
It uses "p" where your cables are markes "d" and they have different numbers. The important thing is to match the two sets of numbers up (ie D1- to P5- and D1+ to P5+) and getting the +5v and ground connected properly.
Here is a link to the support info for that board:
Be absolutely certain before powering on.