Hi, I just got and installed a GA-Z170XP-SLI in my rig last night. Clean install of Win10 on a NVME drive worked flawlessly out of the box. Everything seems to be working fine, except the audio. I'm getting rather severe EMI noise or interference in my headphones using the green jack on the rear panel. The noise seems to coincide with video card usage, moving the mouse causes audible static noise, and playing a 3d game causes tons of static. The front panel jack connector seems to work better although it does have a little bit of noise, more than my old motherboard. The EMI noise persists when the volume is muted, and I tested two different audio cables to make sure that wasn't the issue. I also tried using 3 different sets of drivers, with no difference. Does anyone know what is going on here? Gigabyte makes a big deal of advertising how their audio components are separated by a hard line (complete with yellow LED's) to show how they are separated to prevent EMI noise but this is clearly not the case. Is my motherboard defective? Do I have an electrical problem of some sort?