Refurb new Pavilion Slimline s5610f, HARD drive advertised as 7200 RPM, watch 5400 RPM in speccy

I don't know if it was just the misinformation on the Bestbuy description because it was a refurb or Speccy reading it wrong, but I just bought the refurb HP Pavilion Slimline s5610f was supposed to have a 7200 RPM HARD drive according to everything I read.
This is the profile for HP http://h10025.www1.h...R1002_USEN#N455
Here is the description of BB

I looked around and everything indicates that the device of WDC WD64 00AAKS-65Z7B0 as being 7200 RPM SATA drive. Speccy also lists it as a 2 MB cache, which I don't think is correct, should be 16 MB, but I'm not too sure.

Any help would be appreciated, as other ways to identify the number of towers disk and memory cache.

Also wonder about this part of the form: data C7 Ultra DMA CRC Error Count 200 (177) 0000000019

Who's 19 errors for the duration of the training?

Of Speccy:
Hard drives
WDC WD64 00AAKS-65Z7B0 SATA drive
Manufacturer Western Digital
Business Unit / Desktop/WD Caviar® brand
TR/MIN/Buffer Size or attribute 5400 RPM with 2 MB of cache
Heads of 16
16383 cylinders
Type II-SATA 3.0 GB/s SATA
Type of appliance fixed
ATA Standard ATA8-ACS
LBA 48 bit taken in charge
Serial number WD-WCASYF167563
Interface SATA
625 GB
full size 640,135,028,736 bytes
Zero Type RAID
01 Read Error rate 200 (200 worst) features 0000000000
03 spinup Time 162 (162) data 0000001324
04 start/Stop Count 100 (100) data 0000000020
05 reallocated sectors to count 200 (200) data 0000000000
07 seek Error Rate 100 (253) data 0000000000
09 hours (POH) powered 100 (100) given 000000001 B
Spin Retry Count 0 to 100 (253) data 0000000000
Attempts to recalibrate 0 b 100 (253) data 0000000000
0c device Power Cycle Count 100 (100) given 000000001 has
C0 Power-off retract count 200 (200) data 0000000007
C1 Load/Unload Cycle Count 200 (200) data 000000001F
C2 Temperature 118 (109) data 000000001D
C4 number of events of reassigning 200 (200) given 0000000000
C5 Current pending sector count 200 (200) given 0000000000
C6, Incorrigible sector County 100 (253) data 0000000000
C7 Ultra DMA CRC Error Count 200 (177) data 0000000019
C8 write error rate / multi-zone error rate 100 (253) data 0000000000
Temperature of 29 ° c.
OK (less than 50 ° C) temperature range
Good condition
Partition 0
Disk #0 Partition #0 partition ID
Size of 100 MB
Partition 1
Disk #0 Partition #1 partition ID
C: drive letter
NTFS file system
Volume serial number E4AF596B
584 GB dimensions
Used space GB 30.5 (6%)
Free space GB 554 (94%)
Partition 2
Disk #0 Partition #2 partition ID
Letter from D: drive
NTFS file system
Volume serial number 829DB1F3
12.1 GB size
Used 10.6 GB of space (88%)
1.47 GB of free space on the (12%)

Ask yourself why the unit was refurb can be intimidating. It's only cicra July2010.

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