EDIT: Turns out the noise wasn't the fans at all... It's the 7200rpm HDD. See my post on the second page for more info about this. Has anyone else with a newer 2010/2011 MBP noticed how loud the HDD is in quiet environments? Thanks! Hello! This is my first Mac computer, I just purchased it a few days ago. It's a MacBook Pro 13" with the 2.8 gHz i7 processor. I love how it's running so far, though I have one concern: I downloaded the iStat widget and I've noticed the fan is ALWAYS running (about 2000rpm). From the moment I start up the computer, even if I'm not doing anything and the temp is around 39-45C.... is this normal? Also, even when it's at 2000rpm, I can hear the fan. It's not LOUD per say, but it's noticeable in a somewhat quiet room. And since it's running all the time, I can almost always hear it unless I'm in a noisy room. So should the fan be running all the time at 2000rpm? Even when virtual no programs are running? And if so, is 2000rpm typically audible? I have pretty good hearing. But if this is normal, it's just something I'll have to get used to. Last question: last night when watching a Netflix video, the temp raised up to about 78C, the fans kicked up to about 3000rpm, and the temperature stayed pretty steady at 73-75C. I don't know much about "good" CPU temps -- is this high of a temperature normal for streaming videos? Sorry for all the questions... I love the computer so far and I hope this stuff is normal! Thanks!!!