The three major 4GB Corsair Dominator bolt ran on standard clock surprisingly stable, with timings of CL8-8-8-20 and a Command Rate of 1T. The default timings are initially at CL9-9-9-24 and a Command Rate of 2T. In terms of clock speed of the memory made on the first test system, however, relatively quickly, "tight", which is not exactly atypical for a 12GB kit. Until we were able to run the Dominator 1764MHz RAM stable, with timings of CL9-9-9-24 and a Command Rate of 1T. A voltage increase or the Mount of the supplied fan did not reach any further stroke increases with it. However, we could with CL9-9-9-24 and a Command Rate of 2T on the UD-9 Gigabyte motherboard and 1,800 MHz with CL9-10-9-24 climb even the 1,900 MHz barrier. This shows again that overclocking is not only down to luck, but also to each platform brings with it changes, but also the BIOS settings you need to succeed.