Graphics Driver updated for OS X Yosemite 10.10.0 (build 14A389).
Contains Performance Improvements and bug fixes for a wide range of applications.
Includes Nvidia Driver Manager preference pane.
Release Notes Archive:
This driver update is for Mac Pro 5,1 (2010), Mac Pro 4,1 (2009) and Mac Pro 3,1 (2008) users only.
Supported products: GTX 680/285/120, 8800GT, Quadro K5000, 4000, FX4800 and F5600."
(Supported models on their page is often not a complete list.) Additional Info tab has more on driver install and Nvidia Driver Manager prefs page/features. (I don't have an Nvidia card in a Mac currently to try these personally.)
The drivers page also includes a link to the CUDA 6.5.18 update for OS X (10.9.5) from Sept. 19th.
With the release of OS X Yosemite, Lion/10.7 drops out of update support I guess.
The download pages refer to this apple doc on How to verify the authenticity of manually downloaded Apple Software Updates. (Although installer listed size (unpacked) as 11.7MB, the D/L installer's window showed "This will take 1.39 GB of space..." Typo.)
Update: Here's the doc About Security Update 2014-005, lists Secure Transport update to address CVE-2014-3566/SSL 3.0 issue. (Other Apple update/security docs in listing below.)
This update includes the previous Apple Bash 1.0 update (same Bash version). No OpenSSL update, still 0.9.8za included with OS X 10.9.5. A 'Poodle' test w/Safari 7.1 after 2014-005 update still showed vulnerable. (Apparently they didn't turn off SSLv3, but restricted it to non-CBC ciphers.)
(FYI: Some users said they unable to launch iTunes 12 from the dock/icon (but could from pkg contents) and some noted getting version 22.214.171.124 from software update. For both cases, suggest reinstalling from the above Download (full installer). This helped a couple users with problems but may not for all. If you're using any 3rd party plugins, remove those if troubleshooting.)
OS X Server Up-To-Date Program "If you purchased a qualifying Mac mini with OS X Server on or after September 25, 2014, that did not include OS X Server 4.0, you can apply for your copy of OS X Server through the OS X Server Up-To-Date Program" (OS X Server 3.x and earlier not compatible w/Yosemite.)
New Mac mini lost the legacy FW800 port but added a second Thunderbolt port (now v2). No Quad-Core CPU options and some questions about RAM upgrades (hopefully not soldered in like the base iMac) and drive bays/DIY upgrades. (OWC or iFixit should have answers on that soon.)
Was hoping for HDMI 2.0. (New specs list 4K rez via HDMI, but at 30Hz/24Hz, not 60Hz.) Update: A tweet on (late 2014) mac mini ram/storage:
"Confirmed: RAM in the new Mac mini is not user accessible. Hard drive can be replaced/upgraded, though not keeping warranty."
He later clarified that RAM was soldered in. (The "not user accessible" comment had everyone wondering if it meant requiring disassembly of the mini.) My original guess was no sodimm slots visible after removing bottom cover.
I hear some sellers have raised prices on Late 2012 minis with Quad-Core CPUs since the new models were announced.
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