What a missed opportunity for a semicolon after "Samsung", and what a confusing sentence as a result.
Does Chrome's RAM usage cause problems on your machine? If the RAM is available, I don't see why Chrome shouldn't be taking advantage of it to improve browsing performance.
Have you looked at the hard drive usage of Chrome versus FF? I haven't looked, but it would be interesting to see if Chrome's increased RAM usage results in lower hard drive usage.
While money can't buy happiness, it certainly lets you choose your own form of misery.