After the Ryzen 5000, there was some confusion about AMD's processor strategy. There was a Zen3 Refresh or not, and the news kept coming back and forth.
However, reliable whistleblower Patrick Schur has found two B2-Stepping (and currently B0-Stepping) Zen3 architecture Vermeer processors.
In terms of specs, the Ryzen 9 5950XT looks like a 3.4GHz base band, 5GHz acceleration frequency, 16 cores and 32 threads. The processor suspected of Ryzen 5 5600XT has 6 cores and 12 threads with a base frequency of 3.7GHz and an acceleration frequency of 4.6GHz.
For comparison, the Ryyong 9 5950X has an acceleration rate of 4.9GHz, while the Ryyong 5 5600X has the same acceleration rate of 3.7/4.6GHz.
Probably in order to cooperate with this batch of processors, the X570s motherboard will also be introduced simultaneously. Due to the removal of the active cooling fan of the South Bridge, passive cooling suppression is realized, and the overall noise is reduced.
The main reason for integrating the South Bridge fan before is that it supports the high heat output after PCIE 4.0. Since the launch of X570, only a few high-end motherboards have achieved passive heat dissipation.