Those lights will work for your tank, but they will do better if you mount them so you can raise them a few inches. With all 4 bulbs on, and the light sitting on top of the tank, you should get around 120 micrmols of PAR, which is high light intensity. Raising them about 6 inches should drop that to around 80 micromols, which is at the low end of high light intensity. In either case you need to use pressurized CO2, follow very good tank maintenance and hygiene procedures, prune the plants at least weekly, make sure you have very good water circulation in the tank, all over the tank, and use a good efficient method for diffusing the CO2 into the tank water.
If you only run two of the bulbs you should get about half that much PAR, which puts you in the medium light region, where CO2 is very desirable, but not quite so critical, and the plants would grow slow enough for you to relax and enjoy the aquarium more.