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Broken PSU or motherboard?

Long story short i have a strange problem where every time i hook something into the USB ports on the motherboard all the HDD´s stops responding and then re-starts making a lot of noise
I have ruled everything and i meant everything out but the old motherboard and the PSU

I have a 3 year old Gigabyte X99 Ultra Gaming and a 5 month old Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium 750 watt
Now i dont care about the old motherboard i have an X570 system i will be moving to but the Seasonic is a problem

I can RMA it but if the problem is the Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium is incompatible with my HDD´s due to SATA 2,3 then i have a problem
What does anyone else think i am pretty confused by this strange problem

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What's the warranty with that mobo? I'd start an RMA ticket.

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Long story short i have a strange problem where every time i hook something into the USB ports on the motherboard all the HDD´s stops responding and then re-starts making a lot of noise
I have ruled everything and i meant everything out but the old motherboard and the PSU

I have a 3 year old Gigabyte X99 Ultra Gaming and a 5 month old Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium 750 watt
Now i dont care about the old motherboard i have an X570 system i will be moving to but the Seasonic is a problem

I can RMA it but if the problem is the Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium is incompatible with my HDD´s due to SATA 2,3 then i have a problem
What does anyone else think i am pretty confused by this strange problem
Which ones?
USB ports on the back of motherboard I/O shield or USB ports on front of case connected to USB header?

Bad connection/ bad wiring of case front panel will cause this. If it is on the I/O of the mother board, probably bad mobo. Unless you have the USB ports pulling too much amps?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Gunderman456 View Post
What's the warranty with that mobo? I'd start an RMA ticket.
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Which ones?
USB ports on the back of motherboard I/O shield or USB ports on front of case connected to USB header?

Bad connection/ bad wiring of case front panel will cause this. If it is on the I/O of the mother board, probably bad mobo. Unless you have the USB ports pulling too much amps?
The USB hub is plugged into the USB on the motherboard itself so the ones on the back the case USB ports are not even plugged into the motherboard so they are not the problem
If its the old motherboad that have the problem i dont give a damm its meant to be a pure backup PC and for friends to play on when they vist

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The USB hub is plugged into the USB on the motherboard itself

Have you tried removing the hub and plugging what you normally plug into the hub straight into the MB?



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Have you tried removing the hub and plugging what you normally plug into the hub straight into the MB?



Could be the hub went bad.
I thought about that just before you posted no i have not tired that
Reason why i use the hub out the back is the first Asus C8H i bought i short circuited the front USB 3 header by by accident so i decided not to use front header again

Going to shut the system dont plug the empty HDD in and see if plugging the mouse and keyboard in and out will trigger the bug

Edit: plugging the mouse and keyboard in and out will trigging the bug so its not the USB hub its either the motherboard or the PSU

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Edit: plugging the mouse and keyboard in and out will trigging the bug so its not the USB hub its either the motherboard or the PSU

Process of elimination, do you have another PSU to try?

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Process of elimination, do you have another PSU to try?
Already tried the drives on the old EVGA G2 PSU / new X570 motherboard and the drives dont have that problem there so its the new Seasonic Prime Ultra or the old Gigabyte X99 Ultra Gaming everything else has been ruled out

Its not power cables for the Seasonic already tried all the ones i had in all the ports the PSU
Its not SATA cables just bought 5 new ones and they did nothing the problem is still there
Its not the USB hub since plugging the keyboard and mouse in does the same
its not the HDD´s they have been sitting at the shop the whole weekend for testing with no problems

Tried all the SATA ports on the Gigabyte X99 Ultra Gaming and they all do the same so either its all the SATA ports or its the PSU

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So Seasonic + x99 = HDD´s stops responding and then re-starts making a lot of noise.


EVGA + x570 = everything is fine. This rules out it being a drive issue.



Have you tried the EVGA on the x99? This would tell you which component it is, if the problem persists then it's the x99, if the problem stops its' the Seasonic.

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So Seasonic + x99 = HDD´s stops responding and then re-starts making a lot of noise.


EVGA + x570 = everything is fine. This rules out it being a drive issue.



Have you tried the EVGA on the x99? This would tell you which component it is, if the problem persists then it's the x99, if the problem stops its' the Seasonic.
The X99 PC / Seasonic PSU / Luxe 2 case is sitting with me and the X570 PC / EVGA G2 PSU / Luxe 1 case is still sitting at the computer shop so i cant do anything right now
I dont own a car so its a total PITA to get the PC out there and/or home and since no one has time i will have to call for a Taxi which is not cheap but it beats hauling a super heavy PC with the bus

The X570 parts need to go into the Luxe 2 case and the old X99 needs to go back into the old Luxe 1 case so they will need a switch around and i can't be bothered to do it myself its been 5 weeks and 200+ hours and i would rather pay a professional to do the rest for me i am so fed up and done i dont want to spend another second on this cluster F of PC´s

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