Thanks for your answers. I did consider the Raetsu. However, at 130mm max height, there'd be virtually no room for the fan to get its air from. The Kama Grand Cross would undoubtably had been a great choice – but I couldn't get most of Scythe's products where I live (for a reasonable price, that is).
I got the Xigmatek plus a very low speed replacement fan.
I haven't had a lot of experience, but the Xigmatek makes a bad impression on me. First of all, the stock fan on it is totally useless: in its lowest PWM setting it makes chating at usual volumes painful – all while blowing less air than most fans at a fraction of their 1000rpm. As mentioned, however, I replaced it with another fan, so it's not a problem. The heat sink itself (with a fan of comparable air pressure), on the other hand, performs only about the same as Intel's stock cooler. After inspecting its surface area, I pinpointed one (probably major) problem: while the surface area cannot be expected to be even (the heat pipes are connected directly to it), the whole area is slightly curved, which might reduce its efficiency heavily. As expected, the heat sink reacts only slowly to heat.
Regarding the other problem I found, I am not sure if that's a bad sign or just very normal: even with a high speed fan on it, it's impossible to feel any air at all coming through it -- the fans actually react similar to lying flat on a table. Since I cannot spot problems with the fins or the fin structure, however, it might as well be normal (maybe they are too close to each other?)
Luckily, modern CPUs don't get that hot, and having a replaceable fan is a huge improvement to Intel's stock cooler.
I guess I'll install the (new slowly spinning) fan such that it sucks the air: Then there's inaudible case fans on one side and an inaudible fan on the other side.