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DPC Latency, Real Time Audio, and Power Plan

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Spectre x360 13t-aw100
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am trying to run Native Instruments Maschine, Ableton Live 10 Suite, Reason 11.3 and Pro Tools 12.5.2.  I am getting clicks and dropouts despite the CPU meters in my apps barely moving. I have messed with buffer sizes and with actual ASIO drivers that come with Maschine, I can get very low latency response from MIDI controllers but I cannot get rid of the clicks and dropouts. I am not looking for huge track counts. I just  want to be able to run some VI's and decent plug-ins with acceptable latency. I have the Intel 1065G7 with 16GB RAM and a 512GB ssd. On paper, that should be enough to run these apps cleanly. I have updated the OS, every driver, and app version. I updated the BIOS when setting up the computer 2 weeks ago. I have run through the established audio optimizations that can be found all over the internet. Running LatencyMon shows that wdf01000.sys and ACPI.sys are the main culprits. I have the power slider in the system tray all the way to the right for better performance.  The only power plan I have access to is Balanced; High is gone. I was able to make another power plan but only with the Balanced start point. 

 

I am convinced there is a fix for this, though I have not found it yet. Has anyone managed to overcome this issue? Thanks.

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