Originally Posted by Madeinoz67
Ok thanks! Any idea where I can get 2 more stock fans, or 4 other fans with similar performance?
Well, aside from contacting Corsair directly to see if you can get the stock H100 fans from them; the San Ace 9G1212H1011
provide the same exact static pressure as the stock fans (7 mm H2O). So four of them in Push/Pull configuration will be significantly better than the stock setup and the setup you currently have (also some Prolimatech TIM wouldn't hurt either - although the stock TIM is very good). Besides those fans, the only other fans out there that give you better static pressure than the stock and the San Ace's are Delta Fans but they come at a cost of very high decibels (50+ dB) which most people aren't interested in (I however will be swapping the stock fans 7 mm H2O with ones that are 33 mm H2O [yeah 33] on Black Friday - will be posting results - but this is a very extreme upgrade which I'm willing to do considering I want to hit over 5.0GHz [noise levels dont concern me however]).
Only thing OP, this is the most important part that I must stress. You will have to get longer screws from your local hardware store (Ace, Lowes, Home Depot) because these fans are 38mm thick. Also, you most likely wont be able to connect them to the fan controller on the H100. They may not work that way (it's possible they might, but just be prepared if they don't). So either you get a separate fan controller (if you want to be able to control the speeds), or you connect them directly to your motherboard for maximum performance.
Originally Posted by DirektEffekt
Based on reviews I have seen, the Corsair SP120 Performance Edition, while the static pressure is about half that of the stock H100 fan, they are considerably quieter than the stock fans so you won't have to turn them down. They perform better than the stocks on medium, at least on a H80, and with 4 will outperform the stock fans.H80 Fan Testing
This is true, in Push/Pull the SP120's will provide a higher static pressure than the stock fans at significantly lower noise volumes, however four of the San Ace's will give you very nice results at only 40dB which is nothing. Compared to the SP120's 35 db, but with a much better performance to noise ratio.