Once upon a time, Adam Jackson <ajax(a)redhat.com> said:
Certainly, I'm no netburst fan either. But the last[*]
Intel chip was Yonah (Core 1), which went out of production in 2008-
ish, so there's about seven years worth of CPUs between the
introductions of SSE2 and AMD64.
I think you are missing a some of The Atom chips that are 32-bit only;
there are versions that were released as late as 2010 that don't support
64-bit (I don't know when they were discontinued). Whether that's a
target for Fedora i686, I don't know.
Chris Adams <linux(a)cmadams.net>