According to Hothardware, the entry-level A620 motherboard supports CPUs with a maximum TDP of 65W.
AMD’s A620 motherboard starts at $85 for the entry-level model, which supports CPUs with up to 65W TDP; consumers who want to buy a motherboard with higher TDP CPU support will have to pay extra.
For example, as shown above, ASRock A620M-HDV / M.2 motherboard will be available in two models, the one supporting up to 65W will be priced at $85.99 (currently about RMB 592), while the one supporting up to 120W will be priced at $99.99 (currently about RMB 688). That means users will have to pay an extra $15 (currently about RMB 103) to run a CPU with a higher TDP.
AMD A620 motherboard will be the lowest positioned AM5 motherboard, 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 SSDs with direct CPU connectivity, and some A620 motherboards will provide two M.2 SSD slots, with the other one provided through the A620 chipset.