Originally Posted by LivingChampion
Will this superior heat dissipation provide better overclocks even with the temps identical to air cooling? My 580 maxes out around 65load depending on the game and how long I'm playing.
In reality, you'll hit a physical chip limitation way before the temperature actually starts to do anything, so no, watercooling will not magically enable you to have a golden chip or anything of the sort; but if by any chance you do have a chip that happens to be an excellent overclocker and/or the temperature IS the limiting factor (gf100), then watercooling will be a godsend.
For your scenario if you're happy with your current overclock and is content with the noise, then the obvious choice would be staying with air.
And another thing is that for me once the 580 hits 60% fan speed it becomes the loudest part in my system and is quite unbearable.