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Sound stutter and lag while clicking mouse.

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#1 Aurelis


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Posted 30 August 2015 - 06:58 AM

Hello. Recently i've built a new pc and made a clean system installation and i've got several issues related to sound. One of them appears to be related either to my mouse or USB slots (im not sure). 


Basically after some time in game i start getting audio stutter and even some lag whenever i click mouse buttons and only mouse buttons. Plugging and unplugging mouse fixes this for a time (could be hours before the issue appears again).


Id like to know how can i diagnose this issue and whether it is related to hardware or software (i've tried switching off all of the 3rd party software and reinstalling audio drivers for example).


My system is as follows:


Asus Maximus Hero VIII z170 motherboard

Intel 6700k Cpu

Nvidia 970 gtx gpu

Logitech g602 wireless mouse (receiver connected via extension cord an to a usb slot on the back of the motherboard)

Logitech g19s keyboard

Windows 10 PRO


There's a Supreme FX 2015 audio plate on that motherboard which uses realtek audio drivers, though i've installed microsoft audio drivers because realtek ones cause other issues at the moment (not lag or stutter though).

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