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New AMD A620 Motherboards from Asus Support Ryzen 7000 Processors


Consumers on a limited budget who do their own work can finally celebrate, since AMD’s A620 motherboards have finally been available. Motherboards designed to accommodate AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series of processors will be available the following month, according to an announcement made by Asus. These motherboards are the TUF Gaming A620M-Plus WiFi and the Prime A620M-A. Both the TUF Gaming A620M-Plus WiFi and the Prime A620M-A are microATX motherboards that have the most recent entry-level A620 chipset. The TUF Gaming A620M-Plus WiFi is also available without WiFi. Its power delivery subsystems are all designed the same way, which is a typical 6+2+1 layout, and they only have one EPS power connector aboard.

In addition, Asus outfitted both motherboards with four DDR5 memory slots; as a result, they are able to support memory with speeds of over 6,400 MT/s and up to 128 GB in total capacity. Yet, the memory support available to you is contingent on your processor. Since their AMD motherboards, support for RAM kits that are approved by AMD EXPO is an absolute given. Because the AMD A620 chipset does not support PCI Express version 5.0, A620 motherboards all come equipped with PCI Express version 4.0 as standard. A single PCIe 4.0 x16 expansion slot that is connected directly to the Ryzen 7000 CPU can be found on both the TUF Gaming A620M-Plus WiFi and the Prime A620M-A. The A620 chipset provides the computer with its two additional PCIe 3.0 x1 expansion slots.

Customers who will not be utilizing a discrete graphics card can take advantage of the two DisplayPort 1.4 outputs and the single HDMI 2.1 connection that are provided by the TUF Gaming A620M-Plus WiFi. The Prime A620M-A, on the other hand, trades one DisplayPort for a standard VGA connector, therefore it has less DisplayPorts overall. The TUF Gaming A620M-Plus WiFi and Prime A620M-A both have two PCIe 4.0 x4 M.2 2280 slots as well as four SATA III ports for storage, despite the fact that they are only entry-level motherboards. The storage options aren’t half terrible on any of these motherboards. While the A620 is in charge of the SATA III ports, the Ryzen 7000 processor is the one who is responsible for providing the PCIe 4.0 lanes for the M.2 slots.

In addition, RAID 0, 1, and 10 array functionality is provided in PCIe and SATA format by the AMD RAIDXpert2 Technology that is integrated into the product. In terms of its ability to connect to the internet, the TUF Gaming A620M-Plus comes out on top. In contrast to the Prime A620M-A, which only offers a standard Gigabit Ethernet connection, the motherboard is equipped with a 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet connector. Realtek Ethernet controllers are integrated into both motherboards, however Asus did not identify which model was used. Connectivity options like as Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.3 are available to customers of the TUF Gaming A620M-Plus WiFi for a price that is just slightly higher than average.