Ok, this thing is more or less confirmed - there are some serious
problems with Cyrix chips. Not nice.
That doesn't mean you should all throw out Cyrix - there have been other
manufacturers with buggy chips (including intel), and I'd be happy to try
to come up with a fix for this problem. The real problem right now is
that we don't know _what_ causes the Cyrix problem, so trying to fix it
is pretty much hunt-and-peck unless somebody has some cyrix contacts?
If anybody knows anybody that works for Cyrix, could you please speak up?
Doesn't have to be technical personell - we can try to get the addresses
of some really technical people from the marketing people if anybody
knows those scumbags ;-)
I wouldn't like to ask for this information on the announce newsgroup (if
we can do this silently without upsetting a lot of people I'd be
happier), but that would be one way to reach a lot of people...