The most deplorable thing about "supporting"memory overclocking on B/H-series boards is that since the memory controller is in the CPU, the chipset plays no real role in memory support capability besides as a fully arbitrary (un)lock.
Better, but still not enough. CPU shouldn't dictate how fast of ram you can run. The budget crowd is still going to be better off going with a Ryzen 3, and faster ram, vs an i3, with slower ram. That is, of course, once things return to normal stock levels.