Hello. I haven't fooled with any type of latency issue before upgrading my system, as I've never encountered it. Current specs are: Windows 10 Pro ASUS Z170-A Motherboard i7-6700k 16 GB G.Skill 3200 MHz RAM EVGA GTX 1070 SC EVGA 750W Supernova G2 PSU What I've noticed is small audio "crackling" sounds while gaming. After researching online, I came across DPC latency and downloaded LatencyMon to monitor my system, and sure enough, I'm having massive spikes. What's even weirder is the spikes seems to correlate directly to how hard the GPU is working, see pics below: Idle: http://i.imgur.com/FQOP6RT.jpg Overwatch, medium settings: http://i.imgur.com/rs4BRDw.jpg Overwatch, maxed out settings: http://i.imgur.com/z67Ps0Q.jpg I've tried updating all of my drivers, updating my BIOS, disable HPET and various other tweaks, but the only way that I can REALLY fix this is disabling the GPU in Device manager. Basically, I'm having 0 issues when the nVidia driver is inactive. This occurs with both 368.39 and the hotfix, 368.51, drivers. I really need help figuring out if this is a hardware or driver issue, so I can work on fixing it. The card itself runs fantastic and easily maxes out any game I throw at it, but the random little crackles are pissing me off lol. Also, I tried my old 750 Ti FTW GPU to see if it fixed anything... while the graphics and FPS aren't as high as my 1070, it seemed to be more stable and had no audio issues.