Broken Sound Error

Oct 4, 2017 7:01AM PDT

For about 2 mouths i have an issue with my pc, to be specific a sound problem i think.. or a freezing problem. So it happens like 2 hours interval to freeze about one second, while playing videos. The sound is distorted and broken and verry much loud and the video take like of a second or less a brake. I thoght it was my Psu and changed it. It was not, so what do i need to do? By the way i reinstaled the audio drivers, and to be more specific i have a condeser mic usb type and it has audio card included and i can plug in my heads and when i do it i have no sound problem. The problem is only on onboard audio out and....and hdmi out to a tv too. So i thoght is it the audio driver or the gpu via hDMI. So to be verry clear onboard audio and HDMI(gpu) to TV have this error, and when i watch videos and use the audio card from microfone no error. The psu was not the problem i have new psu and still have this problem. Pls help me with any advice. Thank you in advance! 
my specs
windows 10 pro 64 original no rip
gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 3(on board audio card) conected to stereo cheep logitech speakers the broken noise here reinstaled the driver too Realtek HD Audio Driver []
i7 6700k
gtx 1070 msi gaming x via hdmi tv broken noise too
1 ssd kingstone 240
1hdd caviar blue 1 tb
seasonic prime gold 750w brand new psu
16gb ram hyperx 2x8gb ddr4
5 fans no water cooling
Audio tehnica AT2020 condeser mic with audio card built in. (when i use my heads i have no problem)

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