Sorry no idea. Trying out all ports is a must, as some ports are from chipsets that are known not to work reliably, i.e. most of not all ASMedia USB3 chipsets and surely some other.
And as usually nobody really knows which ports are at the computer case (either from Intel or AMD chipset or from additional chipsets mounted on the mainboard), its more pragmatic to ask people, to simply try all ports.
Additionally USB devices can influence each other.
Therefore the other recommendation to unplug all 1st (except mouse and keyboard) to have "greenfield" in terms of USB ports to be better able to identify those who work. Later you can then experiment, whether its save to re-plug all the rest or by choosing a different combination of ports.
Other strategy is to buy an addition USB3 card which is supported.
And eventually to check your PC whether the current BIOS and Windows settings are suitable for recording purposes.
But there can also mainboard exist, that simply have a bad design / layout / BIOS.
Especially difficult it is with Laptops to optimize them for audio, as energy saving parameters are usually not accessible .. otherwise the heat could become too much if you disable energy saving, which is a recommendation for desktop PCs.
Every PC is a bit different, you need to see it more differentiated. Best guarantee for best performance is to optimize whats possible this gives you more headroom, the machine is more agile to accept higher load with a tendency to be able to use smaller ASIO buffersizes compared to a machine which has deficites in one or more areas.
Win7/Cub9, Supermicro X10SRi-F, E5-1650v3, Sonnet USB3-PRO-4PM-E