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I have some of this coming, will try it out, plus I wanted to get some non conductive tim for the ram chips as the pk1 is conductive. I am not getting real good coverage on my ram chips imo.
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Waste of money.
    
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So I got myself some pads thanks to Performance-Pcs, both 2mm and 4mm ones. I tried the 4mm first, but then you still had a gap between the WB and PCB. I didn't feel comfortable screwing it down and bending the cards, though it might have been OK. The 2mm sit perfectly flush, and seem to make contact with the VRMs. I'll have to check the VRM temps once I get my system running again.

I think 2-3mm pads should be included with the 780 blocks. The 5mm ones are just waay to big.
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So I got myself some pads thanks to Performance-Pcs, both 2mm and 4mm ones. I tried the 4mm first, but then you still had a gap between the WB and PCB. I didn't feel comfortable screwing it down and bending the cards, though it might have been OK. The 2mm sit perfectly flush, and seem to make contact with the VRMs. I'll have to check the VRM temps once I get my system running again.

I think 2-3mm pads should be included with the 780 blocks. The 5mm ones are just waay to big.

Which vrms did you use the 2mm pads on? All but the two on the farthest part of the card?
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Which vrms did you use the 2mm pads on? All but the two on the farthest part of the card?

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