AMD has now officially released A620 entry-level chipset, mainly for the 65W Ryzen 7000 series processor design, the manufacturers of the A620 motherboard will be listed in April.
As shown above, the AMD A620 motherboard will be the lowest position of the current AM5 motherboards and does not support CPU overclocking, but still retains the memory overclocking function.
In terms of design, the A620 motherboard offers PCIe 4.0 x16 connectivity but does not support running in 2×8 mode like the B650. In addition, the A620 motherboard supports PCIe 4.0×4 M.2 SSD with a direct CPU connection. some A620 motherboards will provide two M.2 SSD slots and another one through the A620 chipset.
MSI, ASUS and ASRock have now released their A620 motherboards, and the price of the motherboard is not yet announced.