Hi guys!

I have been having issues with my wireless network adapters since upgrading to Windows 10 earlier this spring. What I've noticed is that I consistently get periodic ping spikes (~3k ms) at regular intervals, which means I'm essentially unable to play any online games (specifically CS:GO and DOTA2) on my desktop. A wired connection is not an option for me, as the socket is too far away from my room.

Initially I was able to stabilize my wireless connection by reverting to an older driver for my Netgear wireless dongle. This changed after the Windows 10 anniversary update (was that the name of the new update...?) and I'm back to getting periodic ping spikes again.

I've tested both of my wifi dongles on my laptop and I get a consistent connection with no spikes during those tests, meaning that the issue shouldn't be with the dongles.

I've done a lot of googling to try and find a fix but nobody seems to have the exact same issue that I have and I'm honestly desperate at this point. I've updated drivers, so the problem shouldn't be there. Could the problem perhaps be in power supply?

My computer specs:
CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K @ 4.00 GHz
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 760
Memory: 10 GB RAM
Motherboard: Asus ROG Maximus VII Ranger
Network Adapter: Netgear A6100 wifi dongle
Asus EZ N802.11b/g/n wifi dongle

Also my router is the Netgear R6100 (dual band).

Any help would be greatly appreciated!