Dell Precision 340 Workstation RDRAM Dell Guaranteed

I would like to purchase DRAM for my Dell Precision 340 Workstation desktop. After talking to Dell and seeing it confirmed on your website, I would like to purchase two 512mb (2x256) PC800-40 RDRAM, ECC. My question is this: Dell doesn't recommend that I buy DRAM from another manufacturer because it wasn't built to spec for Dell and could fry my motherboard - in your experience, is this accurate? I wouldn't be upset if I bought the memory, it didn't work, and I received a refund, but will it actually harm my system? Also, would the RAM I purchase from you include detailed installation instructions? Would I need additional CRAM (placeholders)? I've never opened my current computer - could I used the CRAM that is presumably already in there? I would appreciate any further information you could offer.

The  512mb (2x256) PC800-40 RDRAM  is indeed guaranteed compatible with the Precision 340.

If for any reason the memory does not work, there is no way the memory can harm your computer.

The memory we sell is the exact same memory Dell sells (in fact many times we buy wholesale directly from Dell).
You will receive installation instructions with your order ( in the meantime you can checkout for basic RDRAM installation guidelines.)
You will not need any of the placeholders (crimms), in fact you will likely be removing any crimms currently in your computer to install the new memory.

All of our memory is guaranteed compatible and can be returned for any reason.
Please let me know if you have any other questions!
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