You are using VMware workstation correct? Have you considered switching to Hyper-V which is at least S0iX aware and even compatible under Windows 10?Like i said i haven't ascertained yet if this is the case. Ive been too busy to run any tests. When it depleted it was a vm running a vpn and Netflix on the host (hardly the most taxing thing that you could do) but i certainly will be running stuff on the device that will use full cpu in the future hence the concern.
My experience with VMware workstation and VirtualBox is that the VM behaves like a desktop and doesn't play well with S0iX Machines. These virtualization platforms do OK with S3 legacy ACPI machines though.