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  1. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    The Fuji polys are known for not being very pliant making fitment tricky. Maybe a softer pad?
     
  2. jc_denton

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    I removed all other pads whilst fitting it outside the chassis, tried with 0.5mm and 1mm Arctic pads, still either a gap between vram or gpu die with 1mm.
    The 3 vram modules towards the power stages have no contact, a piece of paper slides in there all the way thorough. And a single vram chip towards pci-e has semi poor contact.
    I've also tested fitment on the slave slot, on the VC, just using the 0.5mm pads, same contact issue as well.

    Btw, the 470 uF polymer capacitors on the back of the 1080, any idea how hot they get? They are rated for 1k hours at 105c. I was thinking getting some Arctic silver thermal adhesive and adding a few small copper heatsinks since the is no air getting there. And these were actually cooled on the p775tm1 chassis by having a thick thermalpad between them and the motherboard.
     
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    So a 1mm squishy pad should let it get to the 0.7mm ot so that it wants.
     
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    I don't know if this is sane but have you tried shaving off the top part of the 1mm pads with a razor?
     
  5. jc_denton

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    What I did was, increase the mounting pressure on the GPU, which squished the 1mm Arctic pads on the vram enough for the die to have much better contact. Then test fitted all of the other pads individually, replacing anything that was causing gaps.
     
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    Applying even pressure with your hand as you mount helps too.
     
  7. Johnksss

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    This time it seem to be a bit faster, but getting to exactly 3800 seems like a brick wall. it will get to windows, but once there it will crash if you try to do anything for the most part.
     
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    Awesome, I had similar issues with 3600 initially, for my board it was strictly timing dependent whether it would train or not.
    Does upping VCCSA/VCCIO or uncore make a difference at that speed on your board?
     
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    So far, no. And running 3733 I do not have to change any of those settings.
    Will run at 1.25V and 1.30V
    Edit, but this is not memtest stable nore TM5 either.
     
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    Some of my notes, voltage is very key.

    3600Mhz only boots at:
    CL17-17-17-39 at 1.25v
    CL16-18-18-36 at 1.35v
    CL16-16-16-36 at 1.45v
    "auto" 24-25-25 at 1.25v


    Is 3600 MemTest stable for you?
     
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