Core speed doesn't generate heat, voltage does. If you can run 4,6GHz stabily at the same voltage as 4,4GHz then you should be fine.
Also those are very good temps for H100.
this isnt true. my cpu needs just as much voltage at 4.4 then at 4.6 but heat increases 5*c between the two.
MY Vcore voltage Reads 1.34V in HW. I think i can bump it to 4.6GHZ without changing the Voltage.
thats really high from what i understand. that is what it takes for sandy bridge cpus and ivy bridge cpus need less voltage at a given speed to be stable. try lowering it and see how it goes.