Well, if you took up smoking, then you could use that technique
Already many of these boxes can handle 64 GB ram.That's a decent setup, but only if I can drop a mininum of 64GB of ram on it. I haven't had a paying gig since picking lightwave back up in 2016 that would even load in 16gb and my current project had to have a lot of optimization to get it back down to a poitnt where it'd render in under 32GB.
The benefit of massive compute power and ram on your primary workstation has much less to do with rendering long sequences of frames (where a renderfarm in Lightwave is useful) but in lookdev and iteration while setting up the scene. I'd *love* to have a cpu powerful enough to let me run VPR live all the time and give feedback close to that of Octane's IPR.