Glad to hear that the 5800x3d seems to be another AMD hit.
See my sig: I have a forlorn 2700x that is just begging to be replaced. Obviously, using the Trickle Down Upgrade Path (TDUP), I'll drop a new 5800x3d into my 5800x rig, use THAT in one of the 3700x, and then the 3700x replaces the...
Right now? My GTX 670, rocking the extra vRAM: 4GB, baby.
Oh, you noticed I said, "GTX 670"? Yeah, that's right. It's running my basement streaming rig...because the prices on new GPUs are ridiculous. So, it's my oldest GPU that's still running and it's doing a fine job.
While this seems correct, there are some additions/factors.
A "basic American car" now has more speakers than the highest home stereo used to have. It has satellite navigation, lane-keeping, etc. It's performance, even for a minivan, exceeds what a muscle-car or high-performance car of that era...
Your card is destroyed. If you keep using it, it'll short out your mobo, send a current into your cpu, and then back-fry your psu.
Send it all to me. I'll dispose of it properly.
Seriously...like the above guys have said, a little smoothing of the backplate wouldn't hurt. As for that...