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I have piles of RAM scattered around my work area.

Currently, they're not organized very well, nor protected against ESD.

I was hoping to find out what others did to organize their piles of spare RAM. I was envisioning some sort of special storage case with slots for each stick, but I wasn't able to turn up anything like that.

How do you store your spare RAM?

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We either store them in the antistatic trays they are delivered in:

Antistatic RAM Tray

Or in a antistatic bags:

Antistatic Bag

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I have access to neither, unfortunately. Are you able to get the tray through retail distributors (without RAM in it)? – Force Flow Dec 26 '11 at 18:30
@ForceFlow Your best bet may be to check eBay, or go to a local computer store and see if they have any extras. – Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Dec 26 '11 at 19:50

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