One of our forum members looked into the BIOS of an ASUS TUF motherboard based on the A620 chipset and found some interesting information. AMD has not yet commented on the budget A620 chipset, although it has been planned for a long time. And the BIOS was created on March 20.
The ASUS TUF A620 motherboard does not support PCI Express 5.0, thus it is difficult to predict whether the A620 chip will be different from the X670 or B650.
The main PCIe x16 slot connects to the processor via PCI Express 3.0, just like the PCI Express slots coming from the chipset.
The MSI PRO A620M-E motherboard has been officially identified, putting no doubt about their imminent arrival on the market. A possible date for Computex in Taiwan would be at the end of May, so motherboard manufacturers may showcase new budget models.