Wow, awesome! That's good to know I ended up with a solid fan setup then.
I emailed Phanteks to get these fans separately from the cooler (just a heads up to anyone who wants a set of them without getting the heat sink). I did become slightly disappointed to find out I got the second revision of the fans (for the sake of having the GPU and CPU fans match perfectly). As described on their website, I have the PH-F140HP fans on my CPU cooler. They no longer have these fans, and have been making PH-F140HP II fans instead for a while now. I ordered directly through them thinking I was going to get the PH-F120HP fans, but instead ended up with the PH-F120HP II fans. It doesn't bother me anymore because this is the closest match I would end up with regardless. Simply put, the first revision of the PH-F120HP fans aren't being made anymore. The following is their email response to me. They were very helpful, straightforward, and the shipment to me was quick after I sent the payment through.
I received the fans today. Thank you for shipping them to me.
I do have one quirk about the fans. The current triple fan setup on my CPU cooler is with the original PH-F140HP model (not the second series). The fans that I expected to be shipped to me was the original PH-F120HP model as described (not the second series). I was hoping all of my fans would match but this is not the case any longer. Do you still sell the original model of the PH-F120HP fan? I have two photos that depict the differences (one from Phanteks website and the other being the ones shipped to me). Thanks."
Phanteks Support: "All the fans we are using are 7 blades instead of 9 blades any more cause 7 blades fans has high static pressure and less issues."
AMD 1800X w/ Phanteks PH-TC14PE (3850MHz, 100MHz BCLK)
G.SKILL 3200MHz CL16 16GBx2 (3066MHz, 14-14-14-14-28-42-4-6-24-1T)
GIGABYTE GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC (2038MHz, 5940MHz)
ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero (BIOS v6301)