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Another AMD A620 Motherboard Surfaced, This Time With Sub-$100 Listing Prices

by Low Boon ShenMarch 30, 2023
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Another AMD A620 Motherboard Surfaced, This Time With Sub-$100 Listing Prices

Should the price turn out to be accurate, it should sit on the same price bracket occupied by current budget motherboards.

Another AMD A620 Motherboard Surfaced, This Time With Sub-$100 Listing Prices

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Previously the ASRock A620 motherboard has appeared in the wild, but it didn’t take long before another AMD A620 motherboard has appeared in other parts of the Internet. This time, Slovakian and Polish retailers has listed (without images) with an MSI PRO A620M-E motherboard, priced at 87.55 EUR and 440.98 PLN respectively (after their respective 20% and 23% VAT).

The motherboard in question comes with Micro-ATX form factor which is common in budget motherboards, aside from that only HDMI and VGA support are mentioned in both listings. Despite the ‘LGA 1700’ name from the Polish listing, it’s incorrect for obvious reasons – placeholder listings like this often come with errors in names so it’s not too surprising to see it here.

Since other parts of the world, including Malaysia, do not apply such heavy taxes on electronic products, a before-tax pricing of 73 EUR is converted to ~RM350 here – which is fairly cheap all things considered (even assuming the pricing after local taxes in Malaysia). Rumors are circulating in Korean forums DCinside claiming these budget motherboards should go on sale as soon as next week, with support for CPUs up to 100W and contains no PCIe 5.0 support.

On the other hand, GIGABYTE has also been spotted with a few new entries of A620 motherboards in EEC filing:

  • Gigabyte A620M GAMING X AX
  • Gigabyte A620M GAMING X
  • Gigabyte A620M C

Source: Videocardz | @momomo_us

Pokdepinion: I guess AMD wants to surprise-launch these motherboards at this rate?

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