I had an old Cooler Master Hyper Evo 212 that served me well for many years. Just last week I upgraded my system to an AM4 motherboard(5800 X3D + RX 6700 XT). I bought the RR-AM4B-H212-S1 which is the adapter for Evo 212 and AM4 motherboards. When I installed the standoffs as instructed the backplate still moved about 3 mm. After the build, my CPU was running at 88C and the fans were at max strength howling. I laid down the computer on it's side such that the Evo 212 was facing downwards and hence gravity was causing it to have better contact with the CPU and temperatures immediately went down to 40C and fans were running at half speed. I have tightened the screws completely into the standoffs but the cooler still does move and I am sure that it looses contact with the CPU. The reason being even though the cooler is completely screwed into the standoffs the whole contraption moves. Tightening the middle screw seems to be doing nothing. The problem is accurately described here. Any way to fix this?