Corsair H110i - Can I use Thermaltake Riing 140mm fans or will I lose cooling performance?

Just bought a Corsair H110i at a great price. Will I lose cooling performance if I use Thermaltake Riing 140mm fans on the H110i instead of the stock Corsair fans?

The specs on the H110i say the fans push 3.99mm of static pressure and 113 cfm, but is that a combined specification with both stock Corsair fans?
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  1. I dont think so but still it is advisable by corsair(Not Me:P) to use stock fans use these fans and check for yourself?
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  2. nitinvaid20 said:
    I dont think so but still it is advisable by corsair(Not Me:P) to use stock fans use these fans and check for yourself?

    Normally I would test each set of fans, but I'm getting lazy in old age haha! I would much rather hook everything up once and be done with it.
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  3. I think it will be fine... I have that same cooler with the stock fans and they cool really well btw...

    Adam
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  4. So I just got in an h100i... and it comes with 4 pin PWM fans... the thermaltake riing fans I have are 3 pin...
    Is it going to be a problem that the riing fans are not PWM?
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  5. 4 pin is important because that allows your board to control the fan speed...

    Adam
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  6. Well I can control 3 pin fans on 4 pin headers with my motherboard... so I guess what i'm asking is will that work the same way?
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  7. glytch5 said:
    Well I can control 3 pin fans on 4 pin headers with my motherboard... so I guess what i'm asking is will that work the same way?


    yup
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