SSE instructions in a buffer

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If I have an instruction buffer for x86 is there an easy way to check if an instruction is an SSE instruction without having to check if the opcode is within the ranges for the SSE instructions? By this I mean is there a common instruction prefix or processor state (such as a register) that can be checked?

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