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    latency - please see attached

    Windows 10 64-bit
    ASUS z170-AR
    ASUS GTX 1060 6GB Turbo (just purchased ASUS ROG STRIX GTX 1070)
    EVGA 700w 80Plus Bronze PSU
    Corsair 3200mhz LED RAM @ 2x 8GB
    Corsair h90 liquid cooler
    Intel 600 series 256GB m.2
    Seagate FireCude 2TB SSD HDD

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    Hello all, first post and i hope i am in the right spot!
    I am having issues with latency. originally i thought it was hardware but i''ve tried everything, ground loop isolators, different wall points etc. whilst gaming, or listening to music, the audio crackles and sometimes lags for a second. i dont have wifi at all on my computer. i'm hoping what i have attached can give some insight to my problem, any other information required, please don't hesitate to ask.

    1 thing worth noting, when i install my Sound Blaster Audigy FX sound card, and disable both Nvidia high def drivers and realtek drivers, it is actually a lot worse, audio is terrible and cannot hear words in songs, etc. I purchased the sound card to get away from possible onboard issues, no fix. Might add the system is literally about 3 weeks old. just built

    I have also gone into IRQ and notice HD audio and my nvidia driver were on the same interupt line. after disabling 1 of 2 hd audio drivers (1x that was on same line as nvidia driver, it made a huge difference. but as soon as i enter a game, it spikes ridiculously. (see images above in drive, 2x show before game and 2x after game)

    i feel as if im going around in circles and any help will be appreciated

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    Re: latency - please see attached


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    Re: latency - please see attached

    You don't place your problem in the Introduction section.
    Windows 10 problems with request for help, go here

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