Hi there, I've had my MacBook for two months now and I absolutely love it but over the last few weeks I've been getting a very loud and distracting buzzing noise 24/7. It's similar to that of a fridge and when I rest my forearms on the machine while typing the buzzing noise becomes distinctly higher pitched and the same goes if I randomly put pressure on area's of the Mac around the keys. I read somewhere that the hard-disk could be misplaced, does anyone know if this is the problem? I also get a clicking noise when I press on the case near the USB ports, could this be a potential problem? I think that this happens with age but the bottom of my MacBook also gets very hot when charging for about 20-30 mins. Despite those few problems the Mac is amazing and I'd recommend anyone to get it over a Windows OS (unless you're C++ programming, or you can afford both). I'd really like to solve the buzzing, I work in a quiet room so it tends to be very annoying. If anyone could help I'd really appreciate it. Much love, Giovanni.