This is one of the stupidest arguments I've ever read here. To overcome the amount of RAM needed all you need is more RAM bandwidth, i/o, and processor(?)... I've read it all.
No need for more memory, I guess?
Here's a real-world e.g. of what happens if you just increase the bandwidth without increasing the amount of the memory.
3060 (w/ 360 GB/s, 12GB) is beating both 3070 & 3060 Ti (w/ 448 GB/s, 8GB) here when limited by the amount of VRAM.
Anyway, Series S is RAM-limited as devs pointed out. Period.
Your chart proves literally nothing other than the exact same pc with bigger RAM video cards will get higher frame rates. This "real world example" pc example has nothing in common with Series S. The Series S is a custom designed whole system with closed architecture with on the fly compression. The I/O and SSD speed and BCPack compression are not being taken into account whatsoever.
Your point is the rough equivalent of saying one car has a 300 horsepower engine, it's faster. Yet down the road is a 250 horsepower car with far more torque, that can potentially win a race despite the "less ram".