I ordered two BTO '16 MBPs for work - Both with 2.7, 460, and 1TB SSDs. They arrived last week. Immediately upon setting up FileVault on one of them, I noticed some weird noises coming from behind the Enter key. A sort of buzzing, electrical sound only noticeable in a quiet room -- but once you hear it you can't stop hearing it. It sounds like a traditional spinning hard drive writing to disk. Doing some research, this seems like a relatively common issue with Apple's solid state drives: http://www.mackungfu.org/apple-s-non-silent-solid-state-disks-ssds (even though I've never noticed it personally it on any of my previous Apple laptops). In fact if you follow the instructions on that page and install BlackMagic Disk Speed Test, you will likely hear this noise coming from your SSD in any recent generation Macbook*. It seems to get louder during reads than writes. According to the internet, it is electrical noise that results from such tightly packed electronics ("a coil (whine) noise coming from inductors inside of it trying to regulate high voltages"). Anyway this noise is noticeably louder on one of the two macbook pros I ordered (with identical specs). Loud enough that it's driving me crazy. So I have two questions for the Macrumors community -- (1) Does your 2016 Macbook Pro also make this noise? And is noticeable for you? (2) What are my options regarding replacement? I know I have 14 days to request a refund, but can I request a replacement instead? Presumably I would do this at the Genius bar. But it might be difficult to recreate the noise in a loud Apple store. Also, I doubt they would have a replacement with these specs available in store and in stock. Would I have to wait another 3 weeks to get this replacement? Thanks! tl;dr: the 1TB SSD in my 2016 Macbook Pro is making an electrical noise during reads and writes that is driving me crazy! does yours do this too? what are my options?