Windows audio device graph isolation high CPU

I keep having this issue when Windows audio device graph isolation (I'm going to call it WADGI) keeps eating up my CPU. This issue comes now and then, I have 2 audio devices that I use my corsair void RBG USB and my asus xonar dg. I know that my Corsair headset causes the issue and I know that uninstalling/reinstalling the drivers and firmware fixes it...temporarily, is there a permanent fix or am I stuck doing this till the end of time?

Edit: I have no way to enable/disable enhancements (not available with these drivers)
 

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Last updated April 1, 2020 Views 22,025 Applies to:

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Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation is a process serves as the primary audio engine in Windows 10. It handles digital signal processing, including the advanced audio enhancement effects provided by Windows. We suggest you try running the audio troubleshooter and see if the issue will still occur.


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Hi. Are you playing PUBG? Having the exact issue and it just start after the new PUBG patch

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I've ran this multiple times, and nothing. The only way I found to fix it is to uninstall/reinstall the drivers, but it comes back after a while

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I've ran this multiple times, and nothing. The only way I found to fix it is to uninstall/reinstall the drivers, but it comes back after a while

I don't know if this might help, I had this same issue and disabling "hey Cortana" in Cortana settings fixed this issue entirely. I believe respond to "Hey Cortana" may be enabled on your PC. If so, tap search bar on the taskbar and then tap settings at bottom left corner and disable hey Cortana and your problem will be gone.

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