Team Group Model#: TLGD416G2400HC15BBK
16gb sticks (2x16gb), advertised as 2400mhz 15-17-17-35 1.2v
Currently I've been running it at 3333mhz, with the advertised clocks. 15-17-17-17-35-1T are set manually, which helped, and the rest are on auto. This is on an ASUS B350-f gaming board. The clock that, uh, follows 35 (I'm a novice) has set itself to 76 at this speed . It's 53 or 52 in the xmp profile, depending on what program you ask, but my board did NOT like taking that setting off of auto.
My Ryzen 1600 is at stock, as I've been overclocking memory first. I'll probably drop the memory down to 3200 for stability & on the assumption that overclocking the CPU may add some stress to the system. Voltages haven't needed much. I upped the DRAM voltage to 1.35v and VTTDDR to the corresponding .675v. SOC increased itself automatically from .9v to 1.1v on my board, so I removed the offset I'd initially programmed in. It's not quite stable. The memory managed 8 hours of Prime95 blend just fine (and I randomly threw a pointless hour of Aida64 memory+cache test at it with no problems), but 5 passes of Memtest86 found 2 errors. Assuming a little voltage or dropping to 3200 gets it stable after I overclock the CPU, I'm EXTREMELY happy with the purchase, as it was basically the cheapest 32gb kit I could find new at the time. Dunno if I got lucky in the silicon lottery, or it after the new BIOS updates there's not much reason to stay away from random Hynix sticks anymore.
Edit: if experienced overclockers have advice re: where timings need to be tighter, even if it gives up mhz or on possibly stabilizing it without dropping to 3200mhz, I'm all ears.