Update: The Register's story on the problem cites sources at Intel saying that more than just Hyper-Threaded processors are affected:
The chip giant was also quick to point out that HT-enabled CPUs are not the only ones vulnerable to the newly exposed attack. It can be brought to bear against any processor with that can do simultaneous multi-threading. Dual-cores too, it seems, are vulnerable.I'm not sure what to make of that. Cache sharing only happens on SMT systems, as far as I know, which means some PowerPC chips could be affected. Multiprocessor and multicore systems handle cached data in fundamentally the same way, at least in the x86 world, and no one has claimed that multiprocessor systems are vulnerable. It seems unlikely to me that dual-core Pentiums, Athlons, or Opterons would be affected, unless they use Hyper-Threading.