It seems as though full details of the next gen Ryzen processor was leaked onto the Internet, which should come as no surprise as AMD at CES last week did announced new upcoming products that includes a 2nd generation Ryzen line processors based on their 12-nonameter Zen + architecture. One of those processors that was leaked just so happen to be the Ryzen 5 2600, which seemingly accidentally showed up in a SiSoftware SANDRA data entry, right along with the next generation X470 chipset motherboard from ASUS.
The Ryzen 5 2600 will dub the codename ZD2600BBM68AF_38/34_Y, which will replace the 1st generation Ryzen 5 1600. Listed spec details shows it will have 6 physical cores and 12-Threads, with a 3.4GHz core clock frequency, a 3.8GHz boost clock frequency. If you're owner of the Ryzen 5 1600 like I am then you should know that the 2600 clock speed have a higher clock frequency.
The database listing also displays the ASUS Crosshair Vll Hero motherboard based right on the AMD X470 chipset. There is no details provided about the X470, but the company did state that the 2nd generation processor will output low power and increased performance.
Its worth noting that the Zen + is not comparable to the Zen 2, instead it will be manufactured on a 7nm process. The Ryzen 5 2600 and the AMD X470 chipset motherboard is expected to be release April of 2018. Like with most hardware or device leaks, details on features will most certainly circulate around the Internet in the coming months, stay tune.