Hi Guys, just wanted to update you, because i was quite surprised when i received the following email:
Dell XPS 9550 Precision 5510 Battery...
I can confirm strange behaviours with the 4590, rolling back to 4531
Seems to work here too with the 4331 Intel Driver!! No flicker yet!
Now Dell Premiercolor isn't working anymore... someone else who uses it? :(
I just downgraded my bios to the version available on their site and updated the graphics driver.... still screen flicker (4k) :(
I also have the screen flicker since A12 i think.... they released a new bios today Dell XPS 15 9550 1.2.13 A12 System BIOS, did you already try...
I didnt install the synaptics and its working very nicely here after the ani update... but i use chrome beta, have you tried this one?
After the Win10 Anniversary upgrade + chrome beta i have absolutely smooth scrolling now with chrome! I'm in love :D
I've already tried that but it's still not as good as edge
I wonder if anybody has the same issues, i describe below. (xps15 9550 in my case)
I am using the standard windows 10 driver, i haven't tried...
I had BSOD's with the Microsoft Drivers, since i use the Samsung NVME driver i have no issues.
Also not since i updated to the new BIOS, no...
I can confirm that! I use it almost for everything :D
But it's sooo annoying that this laptop is such a fingerprint magnet :(
Did you try another cable? I often had problems with faulty HDMI cables in the past.
I had over 100Mb/s (to local devides) and i think it could even be faster but my old wifi router is the bottleneck.
At work i have a 24 inch HD dell screen and i can really really barely see 20-25.
On my XPS 9550 4k (i7, 512) i can see 22-25 but clearly.
Anybody still with that problem? Since i set it to AHCI i don't have the SSD Sleep bug anymore, which is great, but i had 3x a BSOD saying...
Sounds really bad, we have the exactly same configuration. what does your christal disk benchmark say?
Did you change something in your config of...
No, i use the standard settings
So single open PS -> no nvidia
Open LR and transfer 1 picture to PS -> nvidia active in PS
Yep Bios setting! And you can use FN + ESC to toggle them
This is interesting! PS CC starts in 8 seconds or so and is ready for work.
But it doesn't recognize or activate the nvidia on its own.
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