Yeah, situation is pretty bad. Is someone that is willing to help reads this then please go to this thread - http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/windows-10-nvidia-whql-drivers-are-killing-alienware-and-clevo-lcd-panels.779449/ There are already nearly 2000 posts but no solution. We've tried everything including cutting LVDS wires.
Here is the fact sheet - not much info about the Maxwell GPU though 1GB memory must be either a typo or a bad joke. "Graphics Intel ® HD graphics 520 and optional NVIDIA® GeForce® Graphics Processor with dedicated 1GB GDDR5 high-speed memory Weight: Laptop: Non-GPU: 3.34 lbs. (1515 g), GPU: 3.48 lbs. (1579 g)"
Looks like I have the 14nm Samsung version of the A9 CPU Some say 2hrs less battery life over the TSMC version of same CPU TSMC version is 16nm process being slightly larger. Some also say Samsung is slightly faster And some also say the Samsung runs hot I had noticed above that my 6s was warm after the 2.5hrs of timelapse shoot I'm very happy with the 6s, battery easily lasts all day could possibly squeeze a 2nd day out of it Camera quality is excellent, even iphone 6 owners notice the difference Performance is top notch as is build qualty Only real gripe is the lack of numeric keys on keyboard, pressing 123 button quite annoying On a side note Returned the s6 Edge as not making or receiving calls, tried everything Got another s6 Edge a few days later And same thing everything works but Making or receiving calls This time tried a different company SIM using different Frequency bands and this also had same issue Giving up on the Edge, so it goes back also Wife has choosed a Sony xperia Z1 Compact as a replacement. She's not fussed on the latest gadgets so no need for a Z5 version