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Is the old MacBook meme where the fan sounds like a jet taking off real?

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Go to solution Solved by Zando_,

Just look it up on YT if you want a video. The fans are reasonably loud when spun up, nothing close to large gaming laptops, but far louder than you'd expect from such a svelte chassis.

If so, please include a video 🙂

Motherboard: (Default) CPU Socket: LGA-1151  ||  CPU: i5-6500T  iGPU: Intel HD Graphics 530  ||  OS: Windows 10 Pro and Linux Mint Xfce  || Cooling: original cooling   ||  RAM: 2x 4GB SODIMM DDR4  ||  SSD 1 (OS): Saberent Rocket 128GB M.2 PCIe 3.0  ||   SSD 2: Samsung 128GB 2.5 Inch something  (Used 100% for compressed memory for no reason don't judge me) ||  Power supply: The external one that came with it   ||  WiFi: Some Intel laptop WiFi card that makes my PC look like a router because of the antennae.
 

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Just look it up on YT if you want a video. The fans are reasonably loud when spun up, nothing close to large gaming laptops, but far louder than you'd expect from such a svelte chassis.

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Yes.

 

As an owner of one, yes.

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1 hour ago, FakeKGB said:

Yes.

 

As an owner of one, yes.

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Motherboard: (Default) CPU Socket: LGA-1151  ||  CPU: i5-6500T  iGPU: Intel HD Graphics 530  ||  OS: Windows 10 Pro and Linux Mint Xfce  || Cooling: original cooling   ||  RAM: 2x 4GB SODIMM DDR4  ||  SSD 1 (OS): Saberent Rocket 128GB M.2 PCIe 3.0  ||   SSD 2: Samsung 128GB 2.5 Inch something  (Used 100% for compressed memory for no reason don't judge me) ||  Power supply: The external one that came with it   ||  WiFi: Some Intel laptop WiFi card that makes my PC look like a router because of the antennae.
 

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Motherboard: (Default) CPU Socket: LGA-1151  ||  CPU: i5-6500T  iGPU: Intel HD Graphics 530  ||  OS: Windows 10 Pro and Linux Mint Xfce  || Cooling: original cooling   ||  RAM: 2x 4GB SODIMM DDR4  ||  SSD 1 (OS): Saberent Rocket 128GB M.2 PCIe 3.0  ||   SSD 2: Samsung 128GB 2.5 Inch something  (Used 100% for compressed memory for no reason don't judge me) ||  Power supply: The external one that came with it   ||  WiFi: Some Intel laptop WiFi card that makes my PC look like a router because of the antennae.
 

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Can confirm, was standard behaviour on my iMac 2006 and MacBook mid 2012: silent, silent, silent, silent (opens safari tab), jet engine

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It's real, the Meme i've heard that, too 

in the Past... 

 

---- But does it actually happen? 

------- Does it actually make that Sound? 

 

That part of the Meme, I don't know for sure, oO

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