|08 Jul 2010||#2|
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If the idea is that simply removing the side panel increases stability, then no, that's nonsense.
If you have poor airflow, and you're experiencing problems due to overheating, removing the side panel and using a room fan to blow air on the machine will usually alleviate the problem(s). Lots of guys do it... it's ugly, but it gets the job done.
Typically you'd use this method to diagnose a problem. If the fan solves the issue, you know it's heat related.
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