CPU: Intel i7 6700k
GPU: GTX 1070
Mobo: Asus z170 Pro Gaming
RAM: 2x8 Corsair Vengeance LPX 2400MHz
PSU: Coolermaster v550
SSD: Samsung EVO 850
2XHDD: WD Blue (1 bought 3 years ago with everything else, 1 bought few months ago)
So my problem is, that when running games from the HDDs(both of them) games will freeze randomly for like 0.5-1 sec, whole screen will freeze so for example in CS:GO i might walk to a corner and maybe because someone will be on the other end, i freeze and when screen comes back i'm already dead.
In other games it happens during some sudden changes in the environment or during the beginning of the game(some minigames i play).
I tested all my drives, ran extended tests on both my hdds with WD data lifeguard and also checked with crystaldisk. I also tried disabling sleep mode, editing the registry so the LPM state is set to active, and also tried a solution about ssd being disabled with registry inputs again.
This problem started really early when i bought my computer but i didn't mind since it didn't happen as often as now, i have upgraded to windows 10 since then thinking it might solve the problem but there was no change whatsoever.
Problem kinda got worse when i installed the second HDD which makes me wonder about the psu maybe?
I also ran a memtest ( 1 pass extended) which found no errors.
Thing is every topic i found is about either possibly damaged HDD or faulty ssd, tho when i run games installed in ssd(even the games previously mentioned) freeze won't occur.
Other info that might be relevant is that, when i bought my pc, i had a buzzing sound with my psu, i returned it, guy said it was coil whine. Thing is i had my pc plugged in a cheap power strip. so when i powered up my computer(button on the back) electricity in the room would go down and i had to manually reopen it. The same buzzing sound happens now when i'm in game and for any reason i alt tab, while moving the mouse i hear the same exact sound.