Can a better cooler need less voltage than a worse one to reach the same OC (with both staying at reasonable temps, say under 85c)?.
Can a better cooler reach a higher overclock than a worse one despite both maintaining the same temps (far lower than the thermal limit) at a lower frequency?, if so, why is this?, what's the limit factor if isn't heat?
What i mean by this is that there are some review sites that claim certain coolers can reach say 4,4, but not 4,5 despite showing low temps with the former.
Take a look at this graph for example
How in the hell can't for example the Silver Arrow reach 4,625 like the others when it has such lows temps at 4,5, what's the explanation on this?, what would be the supposed limiting factor if anything?
Thanks in advance!