Windows 10: Silverstone USB3 X 2 nineteen pin board

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       17 Jan 2015 #1

    Silverstone USB3 X 2 nineteen pin board

    I've just fitted A Silverstone pcie board which has two internal 19 pin usb 3 outlets. it works fine with W7 and 8.1 but sadly the drivers won't work with 10 (all 64 bit). W7 required the driver cd but 8.1 found the drivers automatically. No doubt W10 will soon work with this board. Model no. SST-ECU01
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  2.    22 Jan 2015 #2

    Hi there

    Some of these pcie boards don't give native USB3 speed on older mobos as the pcie bus on the mobo isn't fast enough. Does your computer run 8.1 with USB3 at Native USB 3 speed -- many don't even though they have the blue usb3 connector.

    I think in any case there may be a problem with native USB 3 on W10 -- the card should still function though at USB2 speeds.

    USB3 drivers will appear shortly for W10 I'm sure.

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  3.    23 Jan 2015 #3

    I would suggest you try the 8.1 drivers with the board.
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