AMD Ryzen 7000 may finally become affordable as the A620 AM5 makes its first small mark


AMD Ryzen graphics

While AMD’s Socket AM4 has always been popular due to the plethora of affordable and exciting options to choose from, the same cannot be said for the new AM5 platform. Sales reports suggest. That Ryzen 7000 series parts are staying on the shelf longer than the AM4-based Ryzen 5000 or older, and Intel chips. While performance on Zen 4 (Ryzen 7000) is quite good, the overall cost of the platform, including DDR5 memory, – which is still considered quite expensive – increases the total cost of building a Ryzen 7000 AM5 system. As a result, AMD has been forced to repeatedly cut the price of the Ryzen 7000 to generate more sales.

However, things can be changed for the positive. At CES 2023, along with many new processors and graphics cards for desktops and mobiles, AMD also introduced new non-X Ryzen 7000 parts that are priced cheaper than their X counterparts.

Along with this, AMD is also looking to introduce the entry-level A620 chipset. The new Gigabyte A620 filings have been spotted on Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) website today (via Video cards).

AMD A620 chipset certification on EEC

While the EEC certification filing doesn’t mean these boards will be released immediately, it does show AMD’s intention to bring new options to the low-budget segment of the market, and it could be in the second half (2H) of 2023. Must be over.


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