Any extra info would help, there’s no reason why the card and your drives shouldn’t be working. That could be weird but plausible Benchmarking Software and Discussion Overclock. I’m not a linux expert, but it would appear from this that whilst USB3 is supported by the kernel, either the driver isn’t being loaded early enough during the bootstrap or it is somehow being disabled, e. Options Quote message in reply? Neither does the Disk Utility. The USB is present on the “places” menu, but it will not mount.

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Options Quote message in reply? I have USB3 built into my motherboard – when I have my external usb3 drive connected and I open disk utility it says speed is mb – I get roughly 5gb of data copied in a minute – gb takes just under an hour. The card also features a couple of SATA connectors on the inside portion of it.

Problem is, the cards are not being recognized by Ubuntu. Distributed Computing – General. This is getting tricky I have the cards on a 16x slots. Password Please enter a password for your user account.

The OS tries to recognize and mount the drives, but they dissapear. You could try moving the cards around so that the USB3 card asue up in the x4 slot. The device appearing and then disappearing sounds a bit like the us36 is not getting enough power. Hi all, I just bought some USB 3. Marvell Controller Driver V1.


I wonder how it really works with those models on the compatibility list, on their forum there was also somebody that was using it with a P Any extra info would help, there’s no reason why the card asud your drives shouldn’t be working.

Which pcie slot did you put the card into? Will look at that on Monday since this is my work machine. Device rev 12 What puzzles me is that if I do a lsusb the device does not show up: Do any standard USB 2. I connected a linkx USB 2.

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I’d be ripping my hair out by now As an update, I have not been able to get these PCI cards running. No surprise really, just more of the same old marketing BS.

Is that supposed to mean it’s running at x1!? Bus Device I’ve noticed this post has a lot of hits. Yes, as it shows in your boot picture, the Marvell chipset is connected to one PCIe lane, and is running at 5.


Asus U3S6 USB3.0

Every time you say SATA, it is not relevant to your problem. In order to be able to post messages on the Overclock.

I suspect that this USB 3. The card is a combo, with two completely separate parts: So I did a few tests and this is what I got: Have a great weekend. Maybe I’ll remove one of the cards Linx gordintoronto suggested, try an lsusb command to see if your card is listed as a usbdevice As an update, I have not had any success so far in getting the U3S6 card working on my system.

I’m not sure I should feel like scammed by Asus about it, honestly when some time ago months I’ve been reading some reviews this card didn’t seem to have any unhappy surprise, I should have checked again before ordering it.