Main question: What is the difference with RAM chip layouts?
I was looking at some Crucial DDR4 and comparing it to a Kingston DDR4 and I think I noticed that the Kingston had 8 large chips, while the Crucial had 4 larger chips (I can't be sure because the sticker covers them).
I can't seem to find an answer on google. I want to know if this is just an aesthetic thing, or whether it could actually make a difference.
All I know is that Kingston is manufactured in Taiwan and Crucial is Micron.
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