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I will say yes, but also depends on the core stepping (revision). I had both the B1 (SL(4P) & C1 (SL95V). The major difference being the wattage and heat output on the high OC. The C1 and (also D945 C1 or CO) is an excellent OCr on the right Mobo and good RAM. The Intel Speed Step of these units helps to keep desck top idle temps down. I run mine on ASUS mobos with a CPU:RAM ratio of 1:2 at 4.25GHz and DDR1000 cooled with the favorible Zalman CNPS9500-LED in the tunneled SilverStone case. I have also got the B1 revision th run stable at 4.21 on the same mobo but with slightly higher vcore and temps. 244x17 was it's sweet spot w/1:2 ram as a 24/7 rig.
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
WD Raptor 10K RPM, 74G x4 Plextor 16x DL DVD Windows 7 Pro x64 build 7600 Samsung 24" WS 
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Logitec SilverStone Strider 800w Quad rail Danger Dan Water Box Plus 
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