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Honestly I would most likely use some paper with the screws punched through it. The only question is how many layers. Maybe 2-3?

Too much pressure can crack the die so don't want that but it needs a bit more then factory.

Although using washers of any kind will be pointless assuming the screws are already tightened all the way unless you sand down the pegs on the cooler side which can be risky as if you scratch the cooling surface that would not be good.

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Interesting that you can only manage a few points higher then my 5700 non-xt fully overclocked. Seems like a lot of people end up around 5500 points with the XT overclocked.
9300 in Furmark.

5300 in..the Unigine thing.

Not loading it up. I gotta 1080 Ti.

It was more money, and worth it.
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i almost always remove thermal pads and try just mx4 .

but if i was to find mx4 no proper contact after 1 test id be thinking copper slips in between contact area also. i find it really weird this is necessary never seen such a damn thing before.

are the heat sinks really not making contact with the memory / gpu / vrms?

if that's the case they should RMA and fix that

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Yeah, that is a bit better then my first card clock wise, although overall score is slightly lower but that could be background programs.

5100-5200 seems to be the 5700 overclocked range most end up in.
How about Furmark?
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i almost always remove thermal pads and try just mx4 .

but if i was to find mx4 no proper contact after 1 test id be thinking copper slips in between contact area also. i find it really weird this is necessary never seen such a damn thing before.

are the heat sinks really not making contact with the memory / gpu / vrms?

if that's the case they should RMA and fix that
The XFX card is fine, we were talking about the Asus cards that did not contact the memory. Yes, they should be RMA'ed but they are not doing that unlike XFX owning up to the issues with their cards.

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How about Furmark?
Kombuster has like 20 different benchmark options, thats why most use superposition 1080p extreme as it is much more standardized and tests a wider range of the cards abilities in a single test.

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Just for future reference, do you know the thermal pad thickness used for the memory and vrm? I think it was 1mm for memory and 2mm for vrm but I didn't have proper calipers to measure the thickness.
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I didn't measure them but that sounds about right based on looking at them.

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I went up to 5193 on my non xt 5700, idk if it's the new drivers or what.... pretty damn sure it's the new drivers

2090 core 950 ram 1.25v 50% power, some artifacts, gonna mpt again, increase my ram\power to see what happens. When I went to 2100 it failed, I tried it with stock ram failed again.
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