ASUS TUF A620 motherboard spotted
It appears that firmware for an unreleased A620M motherboard has been found.
A member of the HardwareLuxx community found a BIOS for the ASUS TUF Gaming A620M PLUS motherboard, a model that has not been released. The BIOS is dated for October 14th last year, which suggests this might be an old leak, but thus far AMD made no comments on a budget AM5 series.
The BIOS data verified by AM5 SMU checker tool, confirms it supports Ryzen 7000 CPUs and has no support for PCIe Gen5 standard. However, it appears to support one Gen4x16 and two M.2 slots in Gen4x4, which is likely more than enough for a budget AMD board.
AMD has not confirmed its plans for the A620 motherboard chipset, yet the Ryzen B650/X670 platforms desperately needs a cheaper alternative. In fact, it wasn’t until early March when the promised $125 motherboards have only just started to appear on the market.