I am moving to this discussion since it has a more accurate topic.
Here is my original post. I will then post my follow-up after for continuity.
I have installed them on two systems with built-in NEC based USB3 ports:
On both systems i get the new Super-speed entry in System Profiler.
However, on system 1 i can't get any drives (USB2 or USB3) to mount on the USB3 ports.
On system 2, USB2/3 drives will mount but... in System Profiler when the USB2/3 drives are plugged in to the USB3 ports they show up under the high-speed USB entry, not under the Super-speed one.
System Profiler for system 1 does not show any of the devices i plug in to the USB3 ports.
I am suspecting the DSDT is a culprit here but i looked through them and couldn't find an obvious place to start tweaking. I will post the DSDT for both systems soon, and would love to help get this driver working ASAP.
I now have this driver installed on 3 systems though i have not been successful in getting it to work in Superspeed mode.
System1 = GA-X58A-UD5 - This system is behaving a bit odd since i have had better success with system3 even though its the same motherboard and DSDT.
System2 = GA-H55M-USB3
System3 = GA-X58A-UD5
System1 and system2 charachteristics were covered in my previous post.
I will post the relevant files for System 2 and 3 below.
System 3 is behaving in the following way:
USB2 drives plugged in to the USB3 ports mount. They show up in system profiler UNDER THE SUPER-SPEED entry. This seems good!
However when i plug my USB3 dock in to the USB3 ports the drive does NOT mount and nothing shows up under System Profiler. Neither in Super-Speed nor High-Speed, etc.
I have tried both ports on the motherboard and its the same behavior.
Here are the files and notes:
for system2 i am providing screen shots of the system profiler entries, an ioregistry export and the DSDT.
for system3 i am providing a shot of the system profiler entry, an ioregistry export and the DSDT.
In both cases all information was gathered with both a USB2 drive and a USB3 dock plugged in to the motherboard's USB3 ports.
Since i am not getting any activity on the USB3 ports of system1 i am not including these files for that system yet.
I am also including a screenshot of the first screen of the installer which clearly states the driver may work for other NEC 720200 based host controllers. The USB controller on these Gigabyte boards is the "NEC D720200F1" so that seems promising as well. But something isn't working yet so I hope one of the scene geniuses can have a look and I am happy to continue testing any possible tweaks.