AMD has introduced A620 chipset for Ryzen 7000 series, after the X670, X670, B650E and B650 models that were introduced last year.
AMD A620 Chipset for Ryzen 7000 Series
With up to 32 PCIe 4.0 lanes and 4 DDR5 memory slots that can hold up to 128GB, the A620 can handle most user needs. It also features AMD’s Smart Access Memory technology, which boosts performance in memory-intensive games and applications.
The AMD A620 offers a reliable and streamlined platform with various connectivity and bandwidth options, such as DDR5 memory, AMD EXPO technology, easy memory overclocking, and PCIe 4.0 lanes for demanding home and office users.
Memory Overclocking Supported on A620
- Up to 6000 MHz Overclocked DDR5 EXPO Memory
- Dual-Channel, One-Dim-Per-Channel Configuration
- Processor Overclocking, PBO, and Curve Optimizer Not Supported
A620 Supports 65W TDP and Beyond
- Ideal for Ryzen 7000 Processors with 65W TDP
- Higher TDP Models Will Boot with AGESA Version Support
- Multithreaded Performance May Be Limited by VRM Power Limits
- Minimal Impact on Game Performance Expected
AMD A620 Chipset offers a number of features that make it a good choice for most users, and it is sure to be a popular choice for budget-minded gamers and other users.
Broad A620 Ecosystem Support
The AMD A620 will have a broad range of options for AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors, as it will be supported by ASRock, ASUS, BIOSTAR, GIGABYTE, and MSI as partners.
Pricing and availability
Motherboards with AMD’s new A620 chipset for the Ryzen 7000 Series processor of the AM5 platform starts at US$85 (Rs. 7,003 approx.) and is already available for purchase from March 31, 2023.