Your toasting your headset because you still have USB3 Charging on. Disable it in bios and make sure the headset is only connected to USB 2.0 ports (un-colored ones)
What happens is when usb charging is on is that your are getting constant voltage through the usb connection whether the PC is off or not. That voltage you are recievgin when the PC is off is approx. 5 volts. However; once you hit that power button a small surge gets sent through the USB line for like... 1/2 a second. If you probe the USB output at this time you will see that the voltage jumps to 6.5v-6.8v. Now if this was a car or home appliance...that would be perfectly fine... but when it's PC hardware it tend to be a problem. PC hardware whether it's internal or external is far more sensitive to electronic surges (this is why ppl use UPS, surge protectors, Voltage stabilizers (expensive but worth it for audiophiles)and line filters. The typical rule in electronics is variation of +/-10%. I don't find that rule to be true with computer hardware.
In your case... if your "in love" with those headphones...I would move the receiver output to the USB 2.0 plugs and look into buying an usb line filter (it's basically just a capacitor on the 5v line feed) and double/triple check my bios to be 110% sure that usb charging is disabled , also disable "wake up on USB".
The problem is with the headset not the motherboard.
I have gone into my BIOS to check the USB settings you have mention, and the USB 3.0 Battery Charging setting was disable also the Wake On USB is also disable. I have test the headset on my laptop which is also near my router and the issue doesn't happen on it, I have Verizon Fios which they provided me with one of their Actiontec routers. I don't believe its the router cause this issue didn't start from when I bought it, it started happening like 3 months later after I purchase it. The drivers are all fine which I have checked, I also forgot I never had the USB receiver for the headset unplugged into the USB 3.0 but I did have it on the 2.0 front. But I have recently moved it to one of the 2.0 ports on the back of the PC, which the issue is still happening but not as bad as it was when I had it plugged in the front. I'm going to check the inside of my PC for any damage wires just in case. Thanks for the helping hand, don't have much time with college and work much REP to yall:thumb: