I discovered a problem with lost usb packets from an external usb camera and thanks to you guys found out that the reason is idle states of the CPUs, resp. packages (Monitor used USB bandwidth in Win10).
Thus I switched off CPU power management in the BIOS, which worked like a charm and over hours the camera was running fine without loosing data.
So my question now is: Does it damage the computer on the long run to permanently avoid idle states (disabling CPU power management in BIOS)? Will the comuter or CPU chipset break sooner because something is running now permanently with full power?