I've been a parts-hoarder for too long, and buy stuff when I shouldn't. As a result, I have a whole bunch of relatively small denominations of RAM lying around. I've got like 10 or 12 SO-DIMM laptop DDR2 sticks at 512MB, about the same amount of desktop DDR2, and a couple of 1GB sticks. They're similar in speed and timing.
My question is: besides eBay/craigslist/giving them away, what good things are there that can I do with all of this RAM? If there was some computer out there with a whole ton slots for consumer (non-ECC) RAM (especially laptop RAM), I could make it pretty powerful, memory wise, using only spare parts. Has anyone done any cool projects with lots of small-unit consumer RAM? How did they turn out?
I guess I could make some low-memory dedicated home servers or small-form-factor machines, but I already have a home server and don't really need too man more computers lying around.