I can't see the brand and type of the mic, but it seems clearly to have an xlr output. Hence this mic is (most often, if not ever) meant to be driven on a professional mic pre-amplifier. You can't establish that just by an simple adapter cable into... into... into what?
TRRS on a laptop (we thought you were using a pc, hence "pc noise"?) is meant for typical headsets used for gaming and in the computer industries.
Both are "audio worlds" , but both a totally different worlds. Professional audio equipment using XLR most often uses other impedances (on source and sink) and sometimes need professional phantom power (this mic not, i think). The audio levels awaited on professional equipment are quite higher than those on "home" or pc-equipment like cinch or trrs. XLR is symmetrical kind of cabling, all home and pc stuff is not.
I don't know what you mean with an V8-audio card (is it a joke regarding a cars motor?), but you will need at least a professional one audio interface with (possibly) USB side to the pc or laptop and a good analogue frontend to the mic side (XLR, pre-amp with adjustable gain knob) and so on. There are alot on the market. For examples look for something like "steinberg ur-22". You'll see what we mean.
By the way: A mic should never be laid on a surface of electronic equipment. Mics should be mechanical and electronically decoupled from such equipment ever. Mechanical due to the possible noise and hum of fans aso. (have a look for mic stands that are decoupled from the stand and table of your computers) and "electronically" by means of buzz and near-field noise at displays, electronic boards with digital busses, mains adapters aso. So beware of electrical and magnetic fields nearby every sensitive microphone.