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    Sep 2017

    If this can help anybody: I managed to fix my issue, audio cracks on Youtube videos.

    Disabled fast startup in the BIOS and in Windows. I cleaned up the current audio drivers I had, following the procedure described in OP meticulously. Disabled fast startup in the BIOS and in Windows. Turned off automatic driver install, uninstalled every audio device in device manager, cleaned the registry with Ccleaner and reboot. Installed the latest audio drivers available on ASUS's support page for my C6H. For some reason, I had Sonic Studio installed which never worked for me before. I used the MSI tool provided in OP and let both SupremeFX control panel AND Sonic Studio to start when booting, and turned on the "Sonic Studio Effects" slider.
    Even without any effect actually applied, this workaround is working for me.

    Thanks again to MoKiChu. You're doing god's work, I can't thank you enough!
    "It's not a bug, it's a feature" - Windows 10 dev team

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