The morphology of the γ΄ precipitates during continues cooling of a nickel-base superalloy, Udimet 500, was studied using scanning electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction technique. The samples were full solutioned at 1200oC and then were cooled to ambient temperature under different cooling rates, 15, 1, 0.2, 0.05oC/min and air cooling. The unconstrained γ-γ΄ misfit values for each sample were calculated using the electrolytic extracted γ΄ precipitates. According to the results, by decreasing the cooling rate, not only the size, volume fraction and interparticle spaces of the precipitates were increased, but also depending on the γ-γ΄ lattice misfits the corresponding morphology was changed from spherical to cubic, then ﬂower-like and finally dendritic shape. The observations are discussed in view of the compositional changes of γ/γ΄ phases and elastic strain considerations of their interfaces which will be described in detail in the article.