Gigabyte to launch first AMD A620 Mini-ITX motherboard

Published: Jun 19th 2023, 18:37 GMT   Comments

AMD A620 in Mini-ITX form factor

AMD AM5 systems on a budget may soon be used in smaller computers. 

Gigabyte UD-A620I-X, Source: VideoCardz

It has been a few weeks since the launch of the AMD A620 entry-level chipset for the AM5 socket. Thus far, neither ASUS, MSI, ASRock nor Biostar have released a Mini-ITX motherboard featuring the A620 chipset. Those were reportedly coming between June and July according to these companies, and it appears that we might have a very first look at one.

The AMD A620 chipset does not support CPU overclocking and does not offer PCIe Gen5 support. The base A620 motherboards also lack support for high-wattage CPUs, but the Mini-ITX board from Gigabyte might fit into the other category.

Gigabyte UD-A620I-X, Source: VideoCardz

Gigabyte UD A620I-AX is a budget motherboard designed to support two DDR5 memory modules and one PCIe Gen4 x16 device. The board has two SATA ports and requires 24+8 pin power connectors to work. This motherboard has integrated WiFi-AX and Ethernet port, which might actually be 2.5 GbE. There is also one NVMe M.2 slot with a heatsink.

The company is expected to announce this product shortly. Pricing may be on the higher side, but this should be within $100 which is currently the highest price for Gigabyte A620 motherboards.

Update: Gigabyte has released full specs of the motherboard

  • AMD Socket AM5:Supports AMD Ryzen™ 7000 Series Processors
  • Unparalleled Performance:5+2+1 Phases Digital VRM Solution
  • Dual Channel DDR5:2*SMD DIMMs with AMD EXPO™ & Intel® XMP Memory Module Support
  • SuperSpeed Storage:PCIe 4.0 x4 M.2 Connector
  • EZ-Latch:PCIe x16 Slot with Quick Release Design
  • Fast Networks:Wi-Fi 6E 802.11ax & 2.5GbE LAN
  • Extended Connectivity:DP, HDMI
  • Smart Fan 6:Features Multiple Temperature Sensors, Hybrid Fan Headers with FAN STOP
  • Q-Flash Plus:Update BIOS Without Installing the CPU, Memory and Graphics Card

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