I had the same problem and tried upgrading the firmware and also tried different Windows drivers without luck.
I kept trying different things and found the problem, my USB3.0 doesn't drive enough power,
If I use an (external) Y-cable to plug the device then it works well. (with data plugged to USB3 and power to a USB2 of a different controller).
I knew that was needed for some devices that need a lot of power but my NEC/Renesas USB3.0 needs it even for a pendrive, kinda ridiculous.
That way it works faster than USB2.0 but anyway is not a good controller.