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Memory addresses requested by CPU vs Memory Address Provided to DRAM

Simple. If the software requests a single byte the processors memory subsystem will request the 8 bytes contains this byte.
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It does not matter whether 8192 bits are subdivided into 1024 items of 8 bits, 512 items of 16 bits, 256 items of 32 bits, or not subdivided at all - the amount of information one can store in that ...
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Memory Question

You are thinking about it wrong. 8192 bits can only store 8192 single bit items. Now, the number of combinations that the entire collection of 8192 bits can store is indeed 2 to the 8192.
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