Re: vga air cooling or the liquid?
Well water is fair more effient at cooling, it keeps your load tempatures alot lower then air could even try to do. My video card sits at 500/1300 all day idle at 30c and once i play a game for two hours its at 36c load. Whereas on air it was at 40c idle and 60c load. big differnce, its great for overclocking , on a cold day i can get my video card to 540/1400 stable. So i am guessing you could break 600/1200 with watercooling mate, if you have anything over dual radiators.
Go for watercooling, don't worry about the stock cooler thing , i have watercooled a GT before, broke it and sent it back with the stock cooler on. Ah no worrys.
AMD FX57 - 2Gb DDR - 200Gb HDD - 512Mb X1800 XTPE - DVD Dual Layer - Creative XFi Fatality FPS - Windows Media Center 2005
3D Mark 05 : 9600
3D Mark 06 : 3800