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is there such thing as a "dud" motherboard for OC?

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hi i was just wondering i have a week 28A e6600 i can do 3.4ghz with 1.45v which is kinda sucky for the week, but a 29B is on the way for me but i was wondering could it be the motherboard? like could it be "juz my motherboard is crap at ocing but not the actual chip's fault"!



any help will be appreciated!
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Q6600 G0 23A @ 3.6 1.4v Abit IP35 PRO MSI 8800GTX 2gb OCZ SLI PC2-8500 4-4-4-12 800mhz 1T @ 2.1V 
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320gb Seagate Barracuda Asus Lightscribe SATA Vista Ultimate LG 17" LCD 
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Silverstone Strider 750w Modular Cooler Master Stacker 830 
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Gigabyte DS3 One of the most used and best OC'ers here.

Gigabyte P35 New P35 series. Read a thread on someone hitting 500FSB with no problems at all. Also ready for Intel's new cores.

eVGA 680i nVidia's Intel chip. Also made by eVGA which is always a plus.
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