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|System Name||Austere Box|
|Motherboard||B550 Unify-X (A.30)|
|Memory||32GB 3800 14-15-15 1.5V|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 2060S FE|
It not guessing, it's all down to what been programmed into the SPD at a given location.. Study this & you will know who made the dram chip by the code provided it is filled in by the company who made it.
You can see it here byte 350-351 (DDR4). Serial presence detect - Wikipedia
EDIT: I'm an hardware modder, so if I went as far as to remover the heat spreader, I would fit a thermal sensor if it did not have one & fill in byte 14.
you clearly haven't been around Thaiphoon much if you think it's always right......8Gb C-die identifies as B-die, CJR identifies as DJR, 4Gb E-die identifies as 4Gb D-die, etc. Yes it is programmed into the SPD, but more often than you think it's done so incorrectly and Thaiphoon just goes along with it. Corsair rev number is equally dicey, G.skill 042 is better, but looking at the chips never lies - but like I said it's a pain.