Ok, so here is what's happening on my new 2016 13'' MacBook Pro with Touch Bar. Basically, the normal startup is suppose to take around 15 seconds with NO fan activity. My startup takes around three minutes with the fans going at full blast. How do I know? Today when we took a test at my school everyone looked and I almost got kicked out because of it by my professor for "disturbing class environment". I don't think the fans should be that loud during login. I don't have no startup items at all loading as well, I've reset the SCM, First Aid via Recovery Mode, etc. However, I know there is no hardware issues because the fans get quiet (normal speed) around 2 minutes after login (however those 2 minutes after login are the worst, Kernel_Task takes 200 - 500 CPU% during those 2 minutes after login, everything is fine afterwards however.) Now onto to the messed up login. I don't know why but it seems after every time I go on and play Minecraft (which rarely happens ... it's just when I have nothing to do), everything goes fine during gameplay, no fans, no graphics issues, no system halts or whatever. Everything goes fine. However, I shut down my laptop every night to give it a rest and after I turn it on the next day after I play Minecraft the previous day, it almost never goes past login, it get's stuck on the login progress bar with fans going at full speed (really loud), sometimes graphic issues occurs and when it does get past login on the rare occasion, Kernel_Task is ALWAYS at 250 - 600 CPU% in activity monitor. This is all with no applications open btw. I usually fix it by going into Recovery Mode (wait 5 - 10 minutes for THAT to boot up) and running First Aid on the disk and that usually recovers it. However it is very frustrating as I'm in class when this happens ... I don't have time in the time to fix these issues in the morning over a simple game of Minecraft or want to get kicked out of class because the fans are at full speed during login for "disturbing the classroom environment due to new $2000 MacBook Pro fans running at full speed". Any advice?