Some news leaked about the upcoming high-end motherboard chipset for AMD's Zen processors. According to a leak from BenchLife, AMD will offer the A320, B350 and X370 chipsets. The latter one is the high-end chip with the most advanced feature set.
Motherboard makers are already building inventories of X370-based motherboards and AMD is expected to show its "Summit Ridge" Zen processors and the X370 chipset at CES 2017 in January.
The Zen FX-based CPUs will be part of the upcoming Summit Ridge family of processors, including PCIe 3.0 support, dual channel DDR4 memory controllers, lots of L3 cache, updated storage features including USB 3.1 and NVMe, and more. We can also expect to see CPUs arrive with between 4/8 cores with 8/16 threads, and consuming between 65-95W of power.
Unfortunately, the bad news is that the sources indicates AMD's Zen lineup will not arrive in retail stores until February 2017, which implies another slight delay.