The resume of my desktop is like the following.
M/B: Asus H170-Pro
CPU: Core i7 6700 3.4GHz
DRAM: Crucial CT2K8G4DFD8213 (DDR4-2133 8GB×2)
OS: Windows 10 64bit Pro (Version 1607 Build 14393.576)
SSD: Samsung 950 Pro M.2 NVMe
HDD: WD Blue 2TB 5400rpm
TV Tuner: PIX-DT460 PCI Express x1
Keyboard and Mouse: via each PS/2 port
Monitor: QNIX QHD2410R Multi (without DisplayPort)
Video Format: HDMI 2560×1440 60Hz
Cable: Green House GH-YHD15-BK (4K・2K-capable 1.5m)
Graphics: Intel(R) HD Graphics 530 (On Board)
Sound: Realtek HD Audio (On Board) to QNIX (back-side speaker) analog input
From 2016/10/09 to 2016/12/13, my desktop and monitor worked perfectly. Since 2016/12/14, they show black-outs of 3.2 seconds zero times to about 10 times per hour. They are not shorter than 2 sec nor longer than 4 sec. The sound stops simultaneously with the black-out. On some days, the black-outs do not occur for more than 8 hours. Horizontal black line (through-out) noises within the bottom half of screen can be frequently observed right before the black-out. I also experienced whole-screen shakings when I moved between cells on Excel. I tested my monitor with another HP notebook (HP Pavilion Gaming 15-ak051tx Intel HD Graphics 530 2015/12/21 188.8.131.5260) for 4 days and a black-out could not be recognized (I played music to hear whether the black-out occurs when I leaved my notebook).
I returned my monitor to my desktop and examined several different versions of 530 drivers. First 6 digits of version numbers shown on the download site ( https://downloadcenter.intel.com/ja/product/88345/Intel-HD-Graphics-530 ) and those which of Device Manager do not match. Maybe Microsoft and Intel manage the version numbers differently. So, I only name the last 4 digits to indicate which driver I use. 4552 (beta) and 4542 result in the black-outs within 11 minutes after booting Windows up. 4539 (beta) results in black-outs within 30 minutes after booting. Since 2017/01/04, I use 4352 and the black-out have not been recognized (6 days, but I worked outside often). My question would be that should I use 4352 forever trying disabling auto-updating, or should I engineer Windows and Intel HD Graphics settings to utilize for example 4542?