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These chips are not binned for water cooling.

The Chip binning process is very stright forward: does chip hit x core at y voltage and keep stability? Yes? Keep, No? In the lower bin.

Very rarely do OEMS actually test chips for overclock ability (if ever). All they have to do is hit the clock speed on the box at stock (or whatever max boost voltage they are shooting for) and be done.

Yes this is true, but on the other hand if the clock is aggressive, and few cards pass, than it is a form of binning.

In the case of Kepler, the base and boost clocks need to be a certain distance apart, often times it can be difficult to find cards that can maintain the base clocks in extreme apps.
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For the peps that have installed these blocks (I just got mine) did you use thermal compound on the adhesive pads?

Reason I ask is this block is getting ripped for not cooling VRAM and VRM well. I noticed EVGA/Swiftech do not say anything about putting thermal compound on pads while EK does recommend it. EK blocks cool VRM/VRAM much better. Im not sure how you check that temp (anyone know?) just going off these tests:

http://www.xtremerigs.net/reviews/water-cooling/nvidia-titan-water-block-roundup-coming-soon/evga-hydrocopper/
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