Sorry, but when I'm doing a blackmagic speedtest the SSD is only 46 Celcius, so this isn't hot, so that's not true, I think when they changed, the software must be updated! I think because of precautions the fans are goning up, while there is no need for it?
edit: i just tested again, even the fans kick in while the SSD is only 25 Celcius..... ?strange?
Thanks for the post.
I think it's not related to the absolute temperature. I have 2 theory:
- the fans will kicks up if the temperature increase more than 3-5 degrees celcius in a short periode of time
- the fans will kicks up if the computer send two very differents temperatures informations one after the other
I don't know....if this "fan kicks up thing" does exist, the it doesn't shows up in former batch rMBPs?(equipped with Samsung SSDs) And from what I know, replace Sandisk SSD with Samsung's CAN solve this "fan issue" It was both confusing and hard to understand. From my observation, it was a common issue now. So APPLE, PLEASE PAY SOME ATTENTION!!!!
had this problem several time s on a new MBP retina. First time tracked it to a corrupted file running in/ connected to icloud; next time activity showed a kernel problem (75-80% system use with nothing but Amonitor running) then a couple of random incidents.
This all seems to have been cured by SMC re-set, and just in case, a re-install (done by Apple after they looked at my system log record).
Laptop now seems perfectly happy- runs high load aplications quietly- (mind you I'm not gaming on this machine)
"Looking at the transcripts it is possible that the customer has fixed the issue with a SMC reset.
Steps to Reproduce: Verified that the kernel process was taking a large amount of processing power and that there was an unidentified process absorbing the processors,
Proposed Resolution: To remove the software part of the equation,
Perform an archive and install"