The mightywiz has a good point, it can do no harm to check.
I think a better solution would be to go to the ASUS web-stie and first download the latest audio drivers for Win 10 for your mobo and save them somewhere you can find them again.
Then go to 'Control panel - Device manager' and expand the entries against your audio device(s) and uninstall the drivers for any separately listed devices. I don't have a computer running Win 10 handy at the moment but in general if you press the 'Windows' key you should find Control Panel in the menu that comes up. If not look in 'Settings'. I know that it varies a bit depending on exactly which build of 10 you are running.
Once you have uninstalled the drivers I would re-boot and then install the new drivers that you previously downloaded. If they came as a ZIP file you will need to unpack them first, if they came as an EXE or an MSI type file you can just run them.
Let us know how you get on. And thanks for the Speccy report even if it didn't give as much information on your audio as I might have hoped for.