Have you found a solution yet? I fear me and you may have the same problem and I have been working it for a long time now :S So far a combination of Latency FPS drop (freezing occurring when experiencing large amounts of background or ambient effects, sometimes
BSODS for random reasons) and a mannnny BSOD's.
I have tried clean install Windows 7/10 multiple times to no avail...spoken with tech support MS...I've even tried multiple OS platforms in regards to windows ver's (home and professional 32 and 64 vers)
This sounding familiar? Game crashing involves but not limited to Diablo 3, Steam client and games, League of Legends and a number of applications (notepad++ crashing at the wrong time hurts my heart...)
I have tried 3 differnt sets of memory and am getting ready to address this as a hardware issue and replace the PSU//MoBo// and maybeeeee the GFXX card.
My pain in the back system build atm is:
AMD Black 6 core 3.5ghz (none of this is past default settings NOT OC'ed)
Radeon R9200 series Sapphire GFX
16G DIMM.(M? iirc)
Gigabyte 970a-d3p mobo
(currently UNSTABLE on windows 10 64)
*All drivers are up to date, SFCscan does nothing.... i let memtest run for over last seen @36hrs hammering rows test 13 @91% complete. Test completed no errors returned. Again clean install's do nothing....
This issue happens on multiple PCs with different hardwares of which all of them are i7 CPUs from Intel 2rd generation to the latest 6th generation.
This seems to be a Windows 10 bug. Clean install windows and it will imediately happen after login. Windows 7 and WIndows 8.1 seems good with DPC Latency Checker value around 100 while in Windows 10 the same hardware values constant 1000 and sometimes peaks
to over 215000. Audio playback totally ruined. In some cases when play audio file with foorbar the value drops back to a constant 500. Tried both Realtek audio and Creative Titanium HD and nothing change.
Not BIOS related, not driver related as it looks. Multiple PCs with different hardware. Windows 7 / 8.1 are ok but Windows 10 not.
Oh Sorry for the word "solution". It's not a solution, just an optimization.
This issue I think can only be solved if Microsoft re-write their code for Windows 10 I think. No matter what you do, it may happen after sometimes. And it's always about the network components like ndis.sys. All you can do is get rid of Windows 10 and reinstall
Windows 7 if that issue hurts pretty bad.