A Ryzen 7000 CPU engineering sample turns up in the BaseMark database for the first time. The data miner @TUM APISAK found the result that had an AMD processor with the OPN code "100-000000593-20 Y, a 6-core SKU and that it was tested with a Gigabyte X670 AORUS Master motherboard.
Since this motherboard only works with the next-gen AM5 socket, this CPU is presumably an AMD Ryzen 7000, as videocardz noticed. A workstation RTX A4000 GPU based on the NVIDIA GA104 architecture was used to test this CPU. Such leaked tests aren't as common as they used to be, but @harukaze5719 didn't have to do much work to find a pretty similar test for the Zen3-based Ryzen 9 5950X SKU. Even though it seems to run at 4.4 GHz in engineering mode, the supposed Ryzen 7 7600X CPU is ~10% faster. The AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors will be released later this year.