Pretty sure that specific latency tested doesn't work right on 8 and up.
There's another one called latencymon, and it even tries to show what's causing the latency.
Regardless, you should probably try disabling everything non-essential in Device Manager, and seeing if the latency goes down. If it does, try and isolate what's causing the latency.
I installed windows 10 and the same thing happened to me. There were microstutters every 20sec. Went back to win7 and everything is fine now. I guess it was just a driver that wasnt compatible.
My simple English mind doesn't know what to do.
Im back, there is a test with 7, 8.1 and 10, all 64bits.
Machine specs are:
Asrock H61M-VG3 Motherboard.
Yes, like those guys said, their implementation on windows 8 and up is bugged, they are lazy shits who can't write good software.
Also, this is the same reason overclocking benchmarks aren't valid if you're using 8 or 10 because their software dont work with the new kernel timing scheme.
Read the developers page, its a new implementation, software is reporting bad data because they can't write good code for shit.
I have been using windows 10 for audio/video streaming without issue.
First, reinstall windows from scratch, Install Windows 10 with the 64bit version.
Second, install the drivers from your motherboard manufacturer site.
Third, tell your friend he is a moron for that ram mistake.
Results for this machine are in, windows 10 surprisingly works better than the other 2.
lmao my system is suitable for real-time audio and other tasks and it's a FUCKING DELL
Oh Christ, Windows 10 is buggered.
Windows 7 doesn't even get that bad on 550mhz Pentium III
I used that program when I had a driver issue. Turned out that every time I downloaded large quantities of data on my wireless, my system would hang. Solved it by downloading some super old drivers, and now it works fine.