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  1. Hello, I bought so Dimmdriver No Man's Sky runs smoother. But I do not know how best to adjusting the program. Please help me. My system: ** Intel Core i5-3210M CPU @ 2:50 GHz ** ** 8 GB RAM ** ** Win10 64 bit ** ** NVIDEA GeForce GT 630M with current drivers 372.54 ** what settings at this? and what here? Best regards from Germany
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  2. Hi Tim, My memories are not exactly good for overclocking, all I can is 2000mhz cl9 with them which would give me the 9000mb / s, but I see no need. To tell the truth, I have I damaged my memories with overclocking, so best to leave them in the xmp settings. Gtx 780 Ti has a power of impressive overclock without modifying the clock voltage with +200 and +350 in the memories, with voltages I get 1.250mhz/8000mhz (and bios mod). I am awaiting the arrival of another for SLI. Blocks waiting for watercooler too. Enjoyed the DimmDisk. Thank you!
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  3. Corsair Force GT - Raid 0 x DimmDrive Evga GTX 780 TI +200/+350 | i7 4930k @ 4.5ghz | H100i | Asus Rampage IV Extreme | G.Skill Ripjaws 16GB 1866Mhz cl9 | AX 1200i | Windows 7 64 Bits Ultimate DimmDrive + BF4 win32 folder, MP load 4s +-.
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  4. Nice stats!! I have a system almost exactly the same, RIVE motherboard and all. I believe that if you were get some tighter timings (CAS9 is great though) your Dimmdrive speeds would be over 10GB/s. I know the RIVE has insane control, though I'm not too knowledgable with settings. I just know that 1600mhz @ CAS9 w/24 tRAS and generally 9/9/9 timings gets about 10,500+ MB/s. I have 2400mhz @ 11/12/12 G.Skill (nice RAM, but timings are atrocious) and I get about 9000 MB/s. If that same RAM had tigher timings, which I've heard people getting with the RIVE, I could expect 13000 MB/s+. How are you liking the Geforce 780 Ti with regards to overclocking?
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