- Oct 9, 2008
Yep, have had USB problems off and on since I purchased my X570 board.
This happened randomly all the time on my Oculus setup (x570 Aorus Elite). Finally put in a powered usb 3.0 card to avoid it - which has solved the problem so far.On my MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE, I would occasionally have my wireless headset disconnect and reconnect for seemingly no reason. Aside from that, I've been fortunate in that I never had any other issues with it or its' USB ports.
Seems to be every motherboard, and yes, I'll take security vulnerabilities over my fucking mouse cutting out in the middle of a game.
Running at 100% stock, had the issue with several USB devices. Bought a powered USB card to solve it - happens within 10 minutes on my setup (oculus is the worst, but other things do it too).Me too my luck must be very good as I've had zero usb issues since replacing my faulty trackball mouse with a new one exactly the same model. I wonder how many of these issues are caused by ram timings being squeezed down to bare minimum and forcing their systems to run outside of specified parameters.
Or could be something different they're doing on the bus too - PCIE4 graphics cards are still pretty new, and so far that seems to be a 100% correlation - it's got to be a PCIE4 card (setting PCIE3 on the bus or slot fixes the issue). Other details - may be the ASMedia USB controller too, which shows WEIRD performance numbers and latency numbers when the issue is encountered.That makes sense. It would be absurd of an all AMD rig had issues. I imagine the Nvidia cards get less testing due to supply currently
Your colors are showing =P.
On my MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE, I would occasionally have my wireless headset disconnect and reconnect for seemingly no reason. Aside from that, I've been fortunate in that I never had any other issues with it or its' USB ports.
It happens when you have PCIE 4.0 enabled on your GPU smart guy.
Yeah, it happens for everyone. Have fun when you upgrade your GPU.
The sad thing is that this has been known about on the 400 series chipset in 2019. This isn't a new thing, they just don't seem to care.
Noticed that my X470 / 3700X system recently has very bad USB write speeds
I "upgraded" from an entry-level x370 to an entry-level 570x last week. In addition to this potential USB issue, I've found nothing but detractions from the 4 year-old x370 I was using previously. Slightly lower overclocking headroom (on my 3600), slightly less stable memory timings, and worse, multiple cost-cut features. All for 30% more in price.
But but the chipset can is obnoxious!You mean where, worst case, I would have to set that slot to use PCIe 3.0 instead of 4.0? Sounds difficult...
Why are people patting themselves on the back for using a crusty old x370 motherboard or Intel motherboard that can only do PCIe 3.0? I'm pretty sure that an x570 motherboard that is set to use PCIe 3.0 for the GPU slot would still be better than an older x370/x470 chipset. Even if your GPU is stuck using PCIe 3.0, you still have a PCIe 4.0 link between the CPU and the PCH which is great. You still have the option for a PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD which is great. My main beef is that this issue is turning into an AMD bashing bandwagon, where in most cases the people complaining aren't even using the hardware in question. Did you also point out to these people quoted below that we are dealing with a very specific PCIe 4.0 issue that happens to have an easy workaround, and not a "every AMD motherboard sucks now!" issue?