@WhiteG - Are you experiencing audio problems? I ask because I find that latency monitors like LatencyMon and DPC Latency Checker
don't really, or consistently at least, reflect the real world. For example, on my machine, both checkers report I must be experiencing problems with dropouts, clicks, pops, and buffer overruns, but I suffer no such ill-effects - not while listening/viewing to streaming audio/video from Pandora (which I am doing right now), SiriusXM Internet Radio, YouTube or any other media sources, or while doing any
tasks, for that matter.
Frankly, unless you are experiencing
audio playback or other problems that truly are tied to latency issues, I would put as much stock in Latency Mon and DPC Latency Checker results as I do in WEI scores - which is not much, if any.
BTW, I have also noticed that some hardware monitors skew latency test results. Some users have reported EasyTune (the HW monitor and timing tweaker provided with Gigabyte motherboards), and the similar program from ASUS, have caused latency issues - at least as reported by the monitoring programs.