Now as easy as one may think if you solution is to use a working computer.
I have ended up with a mix-n-match of different SIMMs and DIMMs. Quite obious they are all memory of some kind or another. As ALWAYS there is no indication on each module of the smout of memory on the memory module, how mits wide, how many columns (CAS) by how many rows (RAS) as well as that the memory timing is. Remember some Intel boards? You could put in a 128Mb DIMM and the board wither see no memory in the slot (board might not even start-up!) or usually only half that module's capacity.
Has anyone on this excellent EE got an easy and quick solution on how to identify the statistics of any individual memory board/module that does not not involve buying an expensive memory tester or other expensive means?