AMD chipsets logo

This is an overview of chipsets sold under the AMD brand, manufactured before May 2004 by the company itself, before the adoption of open platform approach as well as chipsets manufactured by ATI Technologies after October 2006 as the completion of the ATI acquisition.

North- and Southbridges

AMD Chipset logo, in use from around 2000 till 2011

Northbridges

AMD-xxx

Model Code name Released CPU support Fab (nm) FSB/HT (MHz) Southbridge Features / Notes
AMD-640 chipset AMD-640 1997 K6,

Cyrix 6x86

? 66

(FSB)

AMD-645 AMD licensed VIA Technologies' Apollo VP2/97
AMD-750 chipset AMD-751 1999 Athlon, Duron

(Slot A, Socket A), Alpha 21264

100

(FSB)

AMD-756,

VIA-VT82C686A

AGP 2×, SDRAM
Irongate chipset family; early steppings had issues with AGP 2×; drivers often limited support to AGP 1×; later fixed with "super bypass" memory access adjustment.[1]
AMD-760 chipset AMD-761 Nov 2000 Athlon, Athlon XP, Duron

(Socket A), Alpha 21264

133

(FSB)

AMD-766,

VIA-T82C686B

AGP 4×, DDR SDRAM
AMD-760MP chipset AMD-762 May 2001 Athlon MP AMD-766 AGP 4×
AMD-760MPX chipset AMD-768 AGP 4×, Hardware RNG
Most initial boards shipped without USB headers due to a fault with the integrated USB controller. Manufacturers included PCI USB cards to cover this shortcoming. A later refresh of the chipset had the USB problem remedied.[2]
AMD-8000 series chipset AMD-8111 Apr 2004 Opteron 800

(HT 1.x)

AMD-8131

AMD-8132

Hardware RNG

A-Link Express II

A-Link Express and A-Link Express II are essentially PCIe 1.1 x4 lanes.

See Comparison of ATI Chipsets for the comparison of chipsets sold under the ATI brand for AMD processors, before AMD's acquisition of ATI.

Model Codename Released CPU support Fab (nm) HT (MHz) IGP CrossFire Southbridge Features / Notes
AMD 480X chipset
(originally CrossFire Xpress 1600)
RD480 Oct 2006 Athlon 64,
Sempron
110 1000

(HT 2.0)

No x8 + x8 SB600,
ULi-M1575
?
AMD 570X/550X chipset
(originally CrossFire Xpress 3100)
RD570 Jun 2007 Phenom,[3] Athlon 64,
Sempron
? No x16 + x8 SB600
AMD 580X chipset
(originally CrossFire Xpress 3200)
RD580 Oct 2006 x16 + x16
AMD 690V chipset RS690C Feb 2007 Athlon 64,
Sempron
80 1000

(HT 2.0)

Radeon X1200
(350MHz)
No SB600 DirectX 9.0, AVIVO, HDMI/HDCP,
no LVDS
AMD 690G chipset RS690 Phenom, Athlon 64,
Sempron
Radeon X1250
(400MHz)
DirectX 9.0, AVIVO, HDMI/HDCP
AMD M690V chipset RS690MC Turion 64 X2,
Athlon 64 X2 mobile
800

(HT 2.0)

Radeon X1200
(350 MHz)
No DirectX 9.0, AVIVO, DVI, HDMI/HDCP,
no LVDS, Powerplay 7.0
AMD M690 chipset RS690M Radeon X1250
(350 MHz)
DirectX 9.0, AVIVO, DVI/HDCP,
no HDMI, Powerplay 7.0
AMD M690E chipset RS690T Athlon Neo,
Mobile Sempron
Radeon X1250
(350Mhz)
No DirectX 9.0, AVIVO, 2× HDMI/HDCP,
Powerplay 7.0
AMD M690T chipset Turion 64 X2,
Athlon 64 X2 mobile
Radeon X1270
(400Mhz)
DirectX 9.0, AVIVO, HDMI/HDCP,
Powerplay 7.0
AMD 740 chipset RX740 2008 Athlon 64,
Phenom,
Sempron
55 1000

(HT 2.0)

No No SB600,
SB700,
SB750
Single PCIe 1.1 x16
AMD 740G chipset RS740 Radeon 2100 DirectX 9.0, AVIVO, HDMI/HDCP,
OR single PCIe 1.1 x16
AMD 760G chipset RS780L 2009 2600

(HT 3.0)

Radeon 3000 Hybrid SB710 DirectX 10, AVIVO HD, HDMI/HDCP,
OR single PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD 770 chipset RX780 2008 65 No No SB600,
SB700,
SB710,
SB750
Single PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD 780V chipset RS780C 55 Radeon 3100 No SB700,
SB710,
SB750
DirectX 10, AVIVO HD, HDMI/HDCP,
DisplayPort/DPCP,
OR single PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD 780G chipset RS780I Radeon HD 3200 Hybrid DirectX 10, UVD+, HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort/DPCP, Side-port memory,
OR single PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD M780V chipset RS780MC Mobile Turion,
Mobile Athlon,
Athlon Neo
Radeon 3100 PowerXpress
AXIOM/MXM
module(s)
SB600,
SB700,
SB710
DirectX 10, UVD+,
HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA,
OR single PCIe 2.0 x16

Puma Platform, PowerXpress

AMD M780G chipset RS780M Radeon HD 3200
AMD 785G chipset RS880 2009 Athlon 64,
Phenom,
Sempron
Radeon HD 4200 Hybrid,
x16 + x4
SB710,
SB750,
SB810,
SB850
DirectX 10.1, UVD2,
Side-port memory,
HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort/DPCP,
OR two PCIe 2.0 x16
TDP: 11 W (500 MHz), 3 W in PowerPlay
785E RS785E ? 2200

(HT 3.0)

Radeon HD 4200 Hybrid SB810, SB850, SB820M
AMD 790GX chipset RS780D 2008 Athlon 64,
Phenom,
Sempron
2600

(HT 3.0)

Radeon HD 3300 Hybrid,
x8 + x8[4]
SB750 DirectX 10, UVD+,
Side-port memory,
HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort/DPCP,
OR two PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD 790X chipset RD780 65 No x8 + x8 SB600,
SB700,
SB750,
SB850
Two PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD 790FX chipset RD790 Nov 2007 No CrossFire X
(dual x16
or quad x8)
SB600,
SB750,
SB850
Up to four PCIe 2.0 x16
Support for AMD Quad FX platform (FASN8),
Dual socket enthusiast platform with NUMA,
optional single socket variant,
720-pin 1.1 V FC-BGA
Model Codename Released CPU support Fab (nm) HT (MHz) IGP CrossFire Southbridge Features / Notes

A-Link Express III

A-Link Express III is essentially PCIe 2.0 x4 lanes.

Model Code
name
Released CPU support Fab
(nm)
HT
(MHz)
AMD-V
(Hardware Virtualization)
IGP CrossFire SLI[5] TDP
(W)
Southbridge Features / Notes
AMD 870 chipset RX880 2010 Phenom II,
Athlon 64,
Sempron
65 2600
(HT 3.0)
? No Hybrid, x16 + x4 No ? SB850 Single PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD 880G chipset RS880P Q4 2010 Phenom II,
Athlon II,
Sempron
55 ? Radeon HD 4250 Hybrid No SB710,
SB750,
SB810,
SB850,
SB920,
SB950
DirectX 10.1, UVD2,
HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort/DPCP,
OR single PCIe 2.0 x16
AM3+ socket support
AMD 880M chipset RS880M Q2 2010 Mobile Turion II,
Mobile Athlon II,
Mobile Sempron
? Radeon HD 4200 PowerXpress
AXIOM/MXM
module(s)
No SB820 DirectX 10.1, UVD2,
HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA,
sideport memory,
OR single PCI-E 2.0 x16

Mobile Chipset, Tigris platform

AMD 880M chipset Athlon II Neo,
Turion II Neo
Radeon HD 4225 No DirectX 10.1, UVD2,
HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA,
OR Single PCI-E 2.0 x16

Mobile Chipset, Nile platform

AMD 880M chipset Mobile Phenom II,
Mobile Turion II,
Mobile Athlon II,
Mobile Sempron
V-Series
Radeon HD 4250
Radeon HD 4270
No DirectX 10.1, UVD2,
HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA,
OR single PCI-E 2.0 x16

Mobile Chipset, Danube platform

AMD 890GX chipset RS880D Phenom II,
Athlon II,
Sempron
? Radeon HD 4290 Hybrid,
x8 + x8
No 22 SB710,
SB750,
SB810,
SB850
DirectX 10.1, UVD2,
HDMI/HDCP, DisplayPort/DPCP,
Side-port memory,
OR two PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD 890FX chipset RD890 Bulldozer,[6]
Phenom II,
Athlon II,
Sempron
65 Yes[7] No x16 + x16
or x8 quad
No 18 SB710,
SB750,
SB810,
SB850
Four PCIe 2.0 x16
AMD 970 chipset RX980 Q2 2011 Bulldozer, Piledriver
Phenom II, Athlon II, Sempron, FX
65 2400
(HT 3.0)
Yes[8] No x16 + x4 No 13.6 SB710,
SB750,
SB810,
SB850,
SB920,
SB950
Single PCIe 2.0 x16, IOMMU

AM3+ socket support

AMD 990X chipset RD980 2600
(HT 3.0)
x8 + x8 x8 + x8 14 Two PCIe 2.0 x16, IOMMU

AM3+ socket support

AMD 990FX chipset RD990 x16 + x16
or x8 quad
x16 + x16
or x16 + x8 + x8
or x8 quad
19.6 Four PCIe 2.0 x16, IOMMU

AM3+ socket support

Model Code
name
Released CPU support Fab
(nm)
HT
(MHz)
AMD-V
(Hardware Virtualization)
IGP CrossFire SLI TDP
(W)
Southbridge Features / Notes

Southbridges

AMD-xxx

Model Codename Released Fab (nm) USB
2.0 + 1.1
Audio Parallel ATA1 Features / Notes
AMD 640 chipset AMD-645 1997 2 × ATA/33
AMD 750 chipset AMD-756 1999 0 + 4 2 × ATA/66
AMD 760 chipset AMD-766 2001 2 × ATA/100
AMD 760MPX chipset AMD-768 AC'97
Geode GX1 Geode CS5530 AC'97 2 × ATA/33 National Semiconductor release
Geode GXm
Geode GXLV
Geode CS5530A
Geode GX Geode CS5535 0 + 4 2 × ATA/66
Geode LX Geode CS5536 4 + 0 2 × ATA/100
AMD-8111
nForce Professional
ULi-1563
AMD-8131 2004 4 + 2 AC'97 2 × ATA/133 PCI-X
AMD-8132 PCI-X 2.0
AMD-8151 AMD-8151 AGP 8X

1 Parallel ATA, also known as Enhanced IDE supports up to 2 devices per channel.

A-Link Express

Model Codename Released Fab

(nm)

SATA USB
2.0 + 1.1
Parallel ATA1 RAID NIC Package TDP

(W)

Features / Notes
AMD 480/570/580/690
CrossFire Chipset
SB600 2006 130 4 × 3 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.1 SATA Revision 2.0
10 + 0 1 × ATA/133 0,1,10 No 548-pin
FC-BGA
4.0
AMD 700 chipset series SB700 Q1 2008 6 × 3 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.1 SATA Revision 2.0
12 + 2 1 × ATA/133 No 4.5 DASH 1.0
SB700S DASH 1.0
Server southbridge
SB710 Q4 2008 DASH 1.0
SB750 0,1,5,10
AMD 800
chipset series
SB810 Q1 2010 65 6 × 3 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2 SATA Revision 2.0
14 + 2 No 0,1,10 10/100/1000 605-pin
FC-BGA
6.0
SB850 6 × 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2 SATA Revision 3.0
0,1,5,10
SB820M 0,1 3.4 - 5.3 mobile/embedded
AMD 900
chipset series
SB920 May 30, 2011 6 × 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2 SATA Revision 3.0
No 0,1,10 10/100/1000 6.0
SB950 0,1,5,10
Model Codename Released Fab (nm) SATA USB
2.0 + 1.1
Parallel ATA1 RAID NIC Package TDP (W) Features / Notes

1 Parallel ATA, also known as Enhanced IDE supports up to 2 devices per channel.

Fusion controller hubs (FCH)

For AMD APU models from 2011 until 2016. AMD is marketing their chipsets as Fusion Controller Hubs (FCH), implementing it across their product range in 2017 alongside the release of the Zen architecture. Before then, only APUs used FCHs, while their other CPUs still used a northbridge and southbridge. The Fusion Controller Hubs are similar in function to Intel's Platform Controller Hub.

Fusion Controller Hub A88X
Model Codename UMI SATA USB
3.0+2.0+1.1
RAID NIC 33 MHz PCI SD[S 1] VGA DAC TDP

(W)

Features / notes Part number
Mobile
A55T Hudson-M2T[N 1] ×2 Gen 1 1× 3 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.1
0 + 8 + 0 No No No SDIO No
A50M Hudson-M1[N 1] ×4 Gen 1[M 1] 6× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2
0 + 14 + 2 No 5.9[9] ~920 mW idle 100-CG2198[9]
A60M Hudson-M2[N 1] ×4 Gen 1 +DP 0,1 10/100/1000 Yes Yes 4.7
A68M Hudson-M3L[N 1] 2× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2
2 + 8 + 0 No ~750 mW idle 218-0792006
A70M Hudson-M3[N 1] 6× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2
4 + 10 + 2 Yes First native
USB 3.0 controller[10]
100-CG2389[9]
A76M Bolton-M3[N 1] 218-0844012
Desktop
A45 Hudson-D1[N 2] ×4 Gen. 2[M 2] 6× 3 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.1
0 + 14 + 2 No No Up to 4 slots No No 218-0792008
A55 Hudson-D2[N 2] ×4 Gen 2 +DP 0,1,10 10/100/1000 Up to 3 slots Yes Yes 7.6
A58 Bolton-D2[N 2] ×4 Gen 2 6× 3 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.3
218-0844023
A68H Bolton-D2H[N 2] 4× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.3
2 + 10 + 2 xHCI 1.0 218-0844029-00
A75 Hudson-D3[N 2] ×4 Gen 2 +DP 6× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2
4 + 10 + 2 10/100/1000 7.8[9] First native
USB 3.0 controller[10]
100-CG2386[9]
A78 Bolton-D3[N 2] 6× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.3
7.8 xHCI 1.0 218-0844014
A85X Hudson-D4[N 2] 8× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2
0,1,5,10 10/100/1000 USB 3.0 (xHCI 0.96) 218-0755117
A88X Bolton-D4[N 2] ×4 Gen 2 8× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.3
USB 3.0 (xHCI 1.0) 218-0844016
Embedded
A55E Hudson-E1[N 3] ×4 Gen 2 6× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.2
0 + 14 + 2 0,1,5,10 10/100/1000 Up to 4 slots No No 5.9[9] 100-CG2293[9]
A77E[11] Bolton-E4[N 3] 1-, 2-, or 4-lane
2 or 5 GB/s
6× 6 Gbit/s
AHCI 1.3
4 + 10 + 2 Up to 3 slots Yes Yes 4-lane PCIe 2.0 218-0844020-00
Model Codename UMI SATA USB
3.0+2.0+1.1
RAID NIC 33 MHz PCI SD[S 1] VGA DAC TDP (W) Features / notes Part number

Secure Digital:

  1. ^ a b Supports SDHC up to 32 GB, 4 pins @ 50 MHz.

Codename:

  1. ^ a b c d e f M: for notebook platform
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h D: for desktop platform
  3. ^ a b E: for embedded platform

UMI:

  1. ^ UMI ×4 Gen. 1 is based on PCIe 1.1 × 4 lanes, giving 1 GB/s bandwidth
  2. ^ UMI ×4 Gen. 2 is based on PCIe 2.0 × 4 lanes, giving 2 GB/s bandwidth

AM4 chipsets

AMD B350 Chipset
AMD B450 Chipset

There are currently 3 generations of AM4-based chipsets on the market. Models beginning with the numeral "3" are representatives of the first generation, those with "4" the second generation, etc.

In addition to their traditional chipsets, AMD offers chipsets with "processor-direct access", exclusively through OEM partners.[12] Enthusiast publication igor'sLAB obtained leaked documents about an AMD "Knoll Activator" that enables "activating... processor I/O and processor features in the absence of an alternative AMD chipset." It is concluded that motherboards with the Knoll Activator would be built with I/O from the processor and low-cost I/O chips.[13]

Individual chipset models differ in the number of PCI Express lanes, USB ports, and SATA connectors, as well as supported technologies; the table below shows these differences.[14][15]

Model Release date PCIe support[a] Multi-GPU USB support[b] Storage features Processor
overclocking
TDP CPU support Architecture
CrossFire SLI SATA ports RAID AMD StoreMI Excavator Zen Zen+ Zen 2 Zen 3
A300 Feb 2017 None Untested None None Yes[16] No[17] No ~120 μW[c] No Yes[18][19] Knoll Express[20]
X300 Yes Yes[21]
Pro 500 Jan 2020[22] Un­known No Partial[d]
A320 Feb 2017[23][24] PCIe 2.0 ×4 No No 1, 2, 6 4 0,
1,
10
No Limited[e] ~5.8 W[25] Yes Yes Yes Varies[f] Promontory
B350 PCIe 2.0 ×6 Yes 2, 2, 6 Yes
X370 PCIe 2.0 ×8 Yes 2, 6, 6 8
B450 Mar 2018[26] PCIe 2.0 ×6 No 2, 2, 6 4 Yes Yes,
with PBO
Varies[g] Yes Varies[g][27]
X470 PCIe 2.0 ×8 Yes 2, 6, 6 8
A520 Aug 2020[28] PCIe 3.0 ×6 No 1, 2, 6 4 No Varies
B550[h] Jun 2020[29][30] PCIe 3.0 ×10 Yes Varies 2, 2, 6 6 Yes,
with PBO
~7W
X570 Jul 2019[31][32] PCIe 4.0 ×16 Yes 8, 0, 4 12 ~15 W[33][34][i] No Yes Yes Bixby
  1. ^ PCIe lanes provided by the chipset. The CPU provides other PCIe 3.0 or 4.0 lanes.
  2. ^ USB 3.2 Gen 2, USB 3.2 Gen 1, USB 2.0
  3. ^ Knoll chipsets consume "insignificant power ...after [boot] in sleep mode", power figure based on a typical SPI controller
  4. ^ Limited to specific SKUs branded as Ryzen Pro and Athlon Pro
  5. ^ Only pre-Zen CPUs can be overclocked.
  6. ^ BIOS update needed. Availability may depend on manufacturer.
  7. ^ a b Beta BIOS updates may be made available by motherboard manufacturers.
  8. ^ OEM-only B550A is a rebranded B450
  9. ^ 7 watts on passive cooling (termed X570s).

The 300 series, 400 series, and the B550 chipsets are designed in collaboration with ASMedia and the family is codenamed Promontory.[35] The X570 is designed by AMD with IP licensed from ASMedia and other companies and is codenamed Bixby.[36] Network interface controller, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth are provided by external chips connected to the chipset through PCIe or USB. All 300 series chipsets are made using 55 nm lithography.[37] The X570 chipset is a repurposed Matisse/Vermeer IO die made using a 14 nm process.[38]

TR4 chipsets

Supports both 1st and 2nd generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper processors.[39]

Model CPU
PCIe Link
PCIe support Multi-GPU support SATA + SATA Express USB
3.1 Gen2 + 3.1 Gen1 + 2.0
RAID Overclocking TDP Chipset lithography
CrossFire SLI
X399[40][39] ×4 PCIe 2.0 ×8 Yes Yes 4 + 2 2 + 14 + 6 0,1,10 Yes 5 W[41] Un­known

sTRX4 chipsets

Supports 3rd generation AMD Ryzen Threadripper (3960X to 3990X) processors.[42]

Model CPU
PCIe Link
PCIe support Multi-GPU support SATA USB
3.1 Gen2 + 2.0
RAID Overclocking TDP Chipset lithography Notes
CrossFire SLI
TRX40[42] ×8 PCIe 4.0 ×8 Yes Yes 4 (+ up to 2 × 4 extra) 8 + 4 0,1,10 Yes 15 W[41] 14 nm HW-wise identical to X570[citation needed]

Although the X399, TRX40 and WRX80 motherboards' CPU sockets use the same number of pins, the sockets are incompatible with each other due to ID pins and no-connects of some pins. Twelve TRX40 motherboards were released at launch in November 2019. The TRX40 chipset does not support the HD Audio interface on its own, so motherboard vendors must include a USB audio device or a PCIe audio device on TRX40 motherboards to integrate audio codecs.[41]

sWRX8 chipsets

Supports 3rd (3900WX) and 4th generation (5900WX) AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro processors.[43]

Model CPU
PCIe Link
PCIe support Multi-GPU support SATA USB
3.1 Gen2 + 2.0
RAID Overclocking TDP Chipset lithography Notes
CrossFire SLI
WRX80 ×8 PCIe 4.0 ×16 Yes Yes 4 8 + 4 0,1,10 Yes 15 W 14 nm HW-wise identical to EPYC/Threadripper IO die[citation needed]

Although the X399, TRX40 and WRX80 motherboards' CPU sockets use the same number of pins, the sockets are incompatible with each other due to ID pins and no-connects of some pins.[41] Three WRX80 motherboards were released at launch in March 2021. The WRX80 chipset does not support the HD Audio interface on its own, so motherboard vendors must include a USB audio device or a PCIe audio device on WRX80 motherboards to integrate audio codecs.

AM5 chipsets

AMD uses a single Promontory 21 chipset for all configurations that include a chipset. A single Promontory 21 chip provides four SATA III ports and twelve PCIe 4.0 lanes. Four lanes are reserved for the chipset uplink to the CPU while another four are used to connect to another Promontory 21 chip in a daisy-chained topology for X670 chipsets.[44]

Model Release
date
Chipset
PCIe lanes[a]
Multi-GPU USB support[b] Storage features Processor
overclocking
TDP CPU support Architecture Chipset links Ref.
CrossFire SLI SATA ports RAID Zen 4 CPU Interchipset
A620 Mar 2023 PCIe 3.0 ×8 No No 0, 2, 2, 6 4 0,
1,
10
No ~4.5W Yes Promontory 21
×1
PCIe 4.0 ×4 [45][46]
B650 Oct 2022 PCIe 4.0 ×8
PCIe 3.0 ×4
Yes 1, 4, 0, 6 or
0, 6, 0, 6
Yes ~7W [47]
[48]
B650E[c]
X670 Sep 2022 PCIe 4.0 ×12
PCIe 3.0 ×8
2, 8, 0, 12 or
1, 10, 0, 12 or
0, 12, 0, 12
8[d] ~14W[e] Promontory 21
×2
PCIe 4.0 ×4 [47]
[48]
X670E[c]
  1. ^ PCIe lanes provided by the chipset. The CPU provides other PCIe 5.0 lanes.
  2. ^ USB 3.2 Gen 2x2, USB 3.2 Gen 2, USB 3.2 Gen 1, USB 2.0
  3. ^ a b E or "Extreme" branding is a guarantee that PCIe 5.0 is supported on both the motherboard's graphics slot and NVMe slots. E models provide access to all 24 PCIe 5.0 lanes from the processor. Non-E models only support 8 PCIe 5.0 lanes on NVMe slots while the rest of the lanes on graphics slots are dropped to PCIe 4.0.
  4. ^ Each Promontory 21 chipset provides 4 SATA ports for a total of 8.
  5. ^ Motherboards marketed as X670 and X670E feature two Promontory 21 chipsets, each having a TDP of ~7W.

sTR5 chipsets

The sTR5 socket has two chipset options available, TRX50 and WRX90:

HD audio support is provided by the CPU, rather than by the chipset.[50]

Model CPU
PCIe Link
PCIe support Multi-GPU support SATA USB
3.1 Gen2x2 + 3.1 Gen2 + 2.0
RAID Overclocking TDP Chipset lithography Notes
CrossFire SLI
TRX50[51] PCIe 4.0 ×8 4 1 + 4 + 4 Yes
WRX90[50][51] ×4

See also

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