Your conclusion and intention is wise but giving up highly processed and palatable carbohydrates is not easy. Potato chips, like many other highly processed carbohydrate snacks are specifically designed to be addictive.
Addiction has wiped out countless good intentions since we are dealing with deep human emotions. These foods are often eaten to ease fears or mitigate perceived vulnerabilities; they’re often called comfort foods.
If you identify potato chips as your kryptonite, then I encourage you to resist eating any amount of them. People who successfully manage their alcoholism do not target alcohol in moderation as a goal. For them, the only thing that works is going cold turkey and not consuming any alcohol.
The human body has no essential nutritional need of either alcohol or potato chips. You will be better off in the long run to completely avoid your chips; many ahead of you tested the moderation tactic and found that it failed them, again and again and again.
Moderation can work if you are not addicted.