Hi! It's almost impossible (and a little suspicious) to get exactly the same result in technical replicates (perhaps you pipetted a slightly different amount of cDNA the second time, the enzyme was a little older the second time, it could be a hundred things). The point of the technical replicates is to see what your inter-replicate variation is like, and if it's consistently small between samples. If the differences you see within each sample's replicates are bigger than the differences you're seeing between, say, your test, positive and negative control samples, perhaps you need to design new primers for your target, pick different positive/negative controls, or redesign your cycling conditions. I hope this is what you were looking for!
The reproducibility of experiments depends on the quality of equipment (for example, pipette calibration, tube heat conductivity, cycler ramping), experimental technique (some people pipet more reproducibly than others) and experimental setup (easier to be reproducible when setting up many reactions in batch and in larger volume than a single reaction in a small volume).