there is nothing comparable with optane atm on the market ( especially 4K files)PCIe 4.0 NVMe RAID drives setups are closing in on that Optane advantage fast. Also Intel is not going to be the only one offering persistent memory for much longer https://blocksandfiles.com/2019/04/01/amd-gets-western-digital-memory-extension-tech-for-epyc-optane-battle/
As regards PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 roadmaps, Intel has been churning away at roadmaps for some while and changing them so fast that nobody knows what's really going on engineering wise. Intel has already lost the node advantage and is late to offer PCIe 4.0.
They still have a monolithic design which is less flexible and much slower to develop than AMD's IO+chiplets design.
Those Intel roadmaps are really banking on everything going right and that is overly optimistic considering Intel's recent history.
but that doesnt matter with ryzen 3k series
do we have any other leaks on x570 boards? some without fan?