I considered getting the Noctua NH-D14 or the Phanteks PH-TC14PE but im not sure if it would perform too well at 4.5ghz on an 3770k.
A Noctua -D14 will perform better
than a h100i. That being said, it is large, and one has to have a case that can accommodate it.
Finally, last two notes:
1) 4.5 GHz is nothing. A $30 Hyper 212 EVO will keep an ivy bridge chip cool at 4.5GHz, because it's the upper reaches of what you can hit before you start to have to really increase voltages. After it, you'll want a better cooler, but 4.4 and 4.5 will be fine with a smaller, cheaper one.
2) If this is for gaming, don't get an i7. The only difference between an i7-3770k and an i5-3570k is hyperthreading which games don't use (the ones that do are often actually slowed down by it) and likely won't because of how the technology works.
3) Finally, here's why you want an air cooler instead of an all-in-one. If the fan breaks on an air cooler, you still have a large metal heatsink dissipating heat well enough to allow the CPU to downthrottle. If the fan or pump breaks on an all-in-one, not only is your processor screwed because it's now without any way of dissipating heat, but you can't even try to fix the pump, because it's built in. If an air cooler fails catastrophically, you have sharp plastic flying around your case, which is bad, but shouldn't harm electronics. If an all-in-one fails catastrophically, you have conductive liquid spewing over your entire computer. Not good.