Ooh, I'm sorry. The H-60 was a mistake - it gets out cooled by any sort of comparable air cooler, and it's a LOT more likely to fail, and even more likely to break parts when it does fail, because 1) it has more moving parts, 2) it's filled with liquid, and 3) if it does fail, it doesn't have a huge metal heatsink to prevent the processor from overheating faster than it can throttle down.
That being said, go into your bios.
Find CPU frequency.
Set it to whatever number you want. A 3570k should be able to go up to 4.2GHz without changing voltages if you got a somewhat decent chip.
There is no such thing as a budget water cooling system. You either spend a lot, or get sub-par performance compared to air coolers. Water cooling's main advantage is that you can use a bigger and/or several heatsinks without tearing the CPU socket or GPU's PCI-E slot off of the motherboard.