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Nick
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Googling "key to search ltd" scam doesn't return any relevant results, so its probably not malicious. Still best to delete though.
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Does anyone have second hand Nvidia gfx card lying around?

Needs at least a 3.0 score on here https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-gpus

Playing with a few CUDA things but not really keen to fork out for a new card just to play.

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best I can offer is GT8800's and a GTX570 :-<
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Was getting these errors trying to post today

Ran into problems sending Mail. Response: 550 Sender verify failed

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I had the same error yesterday but the post still worked. I noticed today that there have been no email notifications since around 10am so its probably related.
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Greetings guys, is this still happening ? Im out today, but can chase up the host tonight if the mail sending isnt working
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Yeah, had it happen last night when I posted, still went through ok though. No notification emails for a while now.

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Same here, no more SMTP errors when posting, but no email notifications all week.
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Yep still happening.
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Yay emails.
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Slightly off topic:
I have a student who is building a laptop cooling pad for a design project. I scrounged some 12V computer cooling fans from the computer department. The fans have 4 wires. We hooked the fans up to a 11.1V LiPo using the red and black wires. One of the fans stopped working. Did I do something wrong?

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The fans are polarity sensitive but other than that they are hard to destroy.
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Red in computer is also usually 5V yellow is 12V. I would say you made it sad.

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Maybe not - all the salvaged fans I have use red & black for power and a random colour for the RPM sensor. Over-volting a fan will eventually kill it, but I have run 12V fans on 22v for a short time without killing them.

Having four wires in a fan is unusual - any clue as to what the extra wire is for?
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According to this pdf ( http://www.analog.com/library/analogdialogue/archives/38-02/fan_speed.pdf ) a four wire fan has +V, GND, Drive and Tach.
On this fan it has symbols on the circuit board next to the wires:
Red = +
Yellow = A
Blue = D or P (Can't read it)
Black = -

But my guess is we might have plugged in in backward. That's usually my guess when I break an electrical thing.

And the sticker on it says 12V

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