I've been having a lot of headache since I've upgraded to Windows 10 over occasional (every 15 mins or so) audio and video stutter. I did not experience this on Windows 7 on this same hardware setup. After doing a lot of investigating it seems to come down to DPC latency in the ndis.sys driver. Sometimes I also get same level DPC latencies on tcpip.sys as well. I do not have a wi-fi adapter that some people have reported as the cause for their DPC latency issues and I have uninstalled malwarebytes anti-malware software which was reported in another thread as the cause.
I have tried reinstalling network drivers, updating BIOS and a bunch more stuff as well as all 3 listed options in the "solution" for this thread: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-other_settings/windows-10-high-dpc-latency/da0b269b-6e22-4275-81ee-3671fb554528
I even went out and got a new network adapter just to make sure it's not that - still no dice. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Here is the readout from LatencyMon:
Some screenshots from the other tabs: