Cata40, since Noctua's backplate is mentioned, the guy is probably talking about socket 1151 not 2011-3 where the backplate is initially installed on the motherboard and provides sufficient hardness to prevent the motherboard from being significantly bent under the weight of CPU cooler heatsink.
I use a modified BIOS with removed µCU (microcode update) and removed ME (Intel Management Engine - the only way to flash such BIOS is to use a SPI Flash device like this one - works flawlessly). For the turbo unlock you just need the µCU to be removed.
You also need to tune the BIOS a little and install an EFI driver. I recommend using one of kjboughton's RC9 drivers (however, I compiled one for myself to get different offsets for my asymmetrical CPU duo - minus 60/50/50 mV for OEM and minus 70/50/50 mV for ES)
They will work together, but in AVX2 software you might observe different behaviour (lower turbo for OEM CPU) if you use 1F microcode which Kris (kjboughton) recommended. I get x27 for the SR1XK and x34 for the QGN7 for some reason. But if you use no microcode at all, you get maximum turbo for both of them in AVX2. With µCU versions 27 and 39 (and 3A for that matter) I did not observe any difference between them, they both got lower AVX2 turbo (x29) which is perfectly normal.
Sorry for asking but there is way to much to read: how can you make the v3x4......efi to run automatically?
For the microcode part it is enough to delete the mcupdate file in sys32 or I should use a modified bios?
There are way too much .efis. How about the v3x4-0.10b-i306f2-rc9_90_50_50_pc1.9v.efi one with 2x QGN7 2696v3 and the asus d8 ws board?