Raman dissipative solitons (RDS) have been investigated numerically. It was found that the area of stable generation is bounded in terms of pump spectral bandwidth and pulse energy. Existing optimum is strongly affected by the net cavity dispersion. The spectral bandwidth of the generated RDS linearly depends on its energy and reaches more than 50 nm in the 5-meters long cavity. Developed numerical model reproduces all the effects observed experimentally. It predicts ability to generate high-quality pulses with energy up to 6 nJ compressible down to ∼100 fs duration. The work shows that RDS generation technique can produce high-energy ultrashort pulses at wavelengths not covered by typical active mediums.