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"i686" usually means "SSE2" and geode does not support programs compiled with SSE2.
I'm not sure why you think that. i686 is the Pentium Pro architecture, which just included MMX, not even the original SSE. And isn't the whole point of this news that Fedora used to install a 586 kernel everywhere before, and it will now be changed to a 686 one?