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EVGA TORQ X10 901-X1-1103-KR Wired Laser Gaming Mouse

  • 8200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse
  • Customizable RGB LED
  • Adjustable Weight System
  • Silver Coated USB Wire
  • Adjustable Sizing System

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ABSOLUTE CONTROL

Introducing the EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse. Built with the highest quality materials including a real Carbon Fiber surface, this mouse was designed from the ground up to satisfy the needs of the hardcore gamer with a high quality laser sensor that provides up to 8200dpi, an adjustable weight system, nine programmable buttons and a unique sizing system that allows you to adjust the height of the body.

We didn't stop there though. The EVGA TORQ X10 features the highest quality Omron switches with a lifespan of over 20 million clicks. We also included a full metal base that provides solid construction, the latest Avago 9800 laser sensor providing up to 8200dpi with 1000Hz polling rate, a 6FT silver coated USB cable, and much more.



TORQ X10

EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse

Designed for the hardcore gamer.

Specifications
  • Max dpi: 8200
  • Sensor Type: Laser (Avago 9800)
  • Main Switch Type: Omron - 20 million click lifecycle
  • Programmable Buttons: 9
  • Min/Max Weight: 5.18oz / 5.64oz (147g / 160g)
  • Max Polling/Report Rate: 1000Hz
  • LED Color: Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Purple
  • Feet Type: Low Friction PTFE
  • Max Number of Profiles: 5 (512K Onboard)
  • Height: 1.25in. (31.75mm) (min) 1.5in. (38.1mm) (max)
  • Length: 4.5in. (114.3mm)
  • Width: 2.25in. (57.15mm)
Features
  • Ambidextrous design supports right or left handed gamers
  • Adjustable height system supports all gamers
  • Adjustable dpi up to 8200dpi with On-the-Fly Sensitivity adjustment
  • Adjustable weight system
  • Highest quality materials including silver coated wire and Omron switches
  • Robust software allows full control over mouse including Macro setup, profiles and OSD
  • Super low friction PTFE mouse feet
  • Onboard storage can support up to 5 separate profiles
 

CUSTOMIZABLE

In addition to customizable size, weight, and buttons, the EVGA TORQ X10 also has a customizable RGB LED. Two separate LEDs can be adjusted to Red, Green, Blue, Orange and more!

EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse

Customizable RGB LED supports seven different colors.

EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse

Adjustable sizing with included tool.

EVGA UNLEASH SOFTWARE

EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse

The EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse comes complete with a full software package that allows complete control over the mouse. Customize the color, button settings, dpi and profiles. The EVGA Unleash software also has an OSD (On Screen Display) that makes it easy to see what profile or dpi setting you are using!

Features
  • Allows full control of the EVGA TORQ X10.
  • Easy to switch between right/left handed mode.
  • Ability to reassign any of the 9 buttons.
  • Designed with usability in mind.
  • Heads up display shows key settings at a glance.
  • Flexible macro and profiling system.
  • Adjustable LED color and brightness.

 

Awards For the EVGA TORQ X10

  • Hardware Asylum
  • 2014/09/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse There is no doubt that EVGA built the Torq X10 Carbon gaming mouse with the highest quality materials and given that this is their first mouse that is quite surprising.
  • HEXUS
  • 2014/09/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse ...sleek, well built and equipped with plenty of under-the-hood potential… Based on what we've seen of the Torq X10, EVGA is a welcome addition to the burgeoning line of gaming-peripheral manufacturers.
  • Techgage
  • 2014/08/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse You would think by this one offering alone that EVGA was a veteran mouse manufacturer and had been going since mice were still using trac-balls.
  • 3DGameMan
  • 2014/08/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse The EVGA TORQ X10 Carbon Gaming Mouse is drop dead gorgeous and loaded with features.
  • TweakTown
  • 2014/07/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse We feel EVGA really did a great job with what they have brought to the table this time in the peripherals segment.
  • Overclockers.com
  • 2014/06/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse From the solid construction, lighting effects, and height adjustments to a software package that allows a unique user experience, EVGA really did do a wonderful job with the TORQ X10.
  • Legit Reviews
  • 2014/06/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse The EVGA TORQ X10 surprises with its comfortable ambidextrous ergonomic design and robust features.
  • GameCrate
  • 2014/05/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse EVGA’s first entry into the world of gaming mice is a quality product with an innovative and effective height-adjustment system.
  • Benchmark Reviews
  • 2014/05/01
EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse The EVGA TORQ X10 is the company’s first gaming mouse, and they’re off to an excellent start.

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Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
  • Warranty
  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Jacob C.
  • 1/10/2016 11:45:06 AM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat mouse

Pros: - DPI controls are well implemented
- Multiple DPI settings (5 in total)
- Multiple color options for 2 sections of the mouse
- Programmable buttons
- Better response time than wireless mice
- Simple to setup

Cons: - Weight system doesn't seem to really change the mouse much, if at all
- Can't change the color of the DPI LED
- 2 Programmable buttons on the right seem difficult to press (in terms of their location)
- Comes with stickers for the user to place on themselves (I feel that they should already be on there)
- After 1 month I just found that there is a profile change button underneath the mouse (It shouldn't take that long to find a button)
- Software doesn't come with the mouse
- Programming the buttons doesn't appear to be very easily achieved
- Sensitivity setting vs DPI setting seems confusing

Other Thoughts: All in all this mouse is better than a $20 mouse. I should know since that's all I've ever used for about 13 years. For the price of $62 I feel this mouse is worth it.

Let's break my Pros and Cons down a little bit.
The DPI settings go from as low as 200 to as high as 8200. If you've seen other mice that have higher DPI settings and thing that you need them then I want to know what you're doing at a greater speed than 8200. I find 8200 to be unusable for anything I do and 2000 feels great.

There are 3 colors in total on the mouse, the mouse wheel, the DPI LED, and the lettering of EVGA on the rear of the mouse. We have 7 colors to pick from which isn't very many but it's plenty for me unfortunately we can only change the light under the mouse wheel and the light on the rear. It isn't much of a bother but I don't understand why a company would allow us to change 2 lights and not the 3rd light.

Let's talk about the software. First, if you want to change any settings within the mouse you'll need the software. However, this software doesn't actually come with the mouse which I find to be very strange. My solid state drive even came with software so I feel that a mouse should definitely come with software if it's required in order to change the settings.
Beyond that the software can be a little daunting at first. There doesn't seem to be any tooltips in place to help users understand what particular options do/change for the mouse.

When you're setting up the DPI settings there is also a sensitivity setting underneath that. If you increase the DPI then naturally your mouse pointer moves faster. If you increase the sensitivity then your mouse pointer... moves... faster...? Why do we need both when both of them do the same job? Someone can argue that the DPI setting provides one level of sensitivity and the sensitivity setting allows you to slightly tweak it beyond that but I will argue the fact that you can increment and decrement the DPI setting by 50 which is quite fine-tuned.

Programmable buttons. The 2 on the left side are easy to press while the 2 on the right side are a bit more challenging to press depending on how your hand rests on the mouse (from a right-handed perspective). However, that's not such a big deal to me since I generally don't use programmable buttons. What I'm more curious about is how to program the buttons. We can go into the "Button Settings" section and select the button in question and assign it a predetermined action but what if you want that button to do something different? I see the macro and real-time macro options but neither of those options are explained as to how to set them up.

Owners of this mouse, did you know that there is a button underneath your mouse? It allows you to change the profile of your mouse. After 1 month I just discovered that button today as I was reading other reviews and trying to see if my mouse had any of the issues the others had (it does not) but that led me finding this button. How can such obscure things be avoided? How about a pamphlet, instruction manual, or picture of the mouse layout with all of the buttons listed?

Overall, this mouse is better than any $20 mouse and I greatly enjoy it over wireless mice for its response time. My previous mouse was wireless and a $20 mouse that didn't always register that I had pressed a button which made 3D modeling and general use very frustrating. This mouse has helped increase my productivity and serves my needs adequately but as far as how it performs as a gaming mouse, I'm not so sure that it's perfect for the job.

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  • Mr. W.
  • 1/2/2016 8:21:42 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Got it on sale. Everything seems in good working order. Easy to use software for setting up buttons and macros. Probably going to take some getting use to before of drastic design different from previous mouse (Saitek RAT 7)

Cons: The glide pad on the bottom are nice but are 'dome' shaped and sometimes notice mouse rocks from side to side. Will take some getting use to.
Using it right handed the buttons on right side of mouse(pinky/ring finger) seem to be a touch firmer than those on the left side(thumb).
Wish the palm rest was removable.
Mouse is a little heavy without any weights in.

Other Thoughts: Strongly recommend watching the demo video on EVGA's website on removing the cover to access the weights. The instructions that come with it do not explain. I thought I was going to break it trying to remove the cover. Comes off easily once you know how to do it.
Its a long mouse and don't recommend for those with short hands. Wheel is all the way at the front. I have very large hands.
Mouse 1 and 2 are a little firm. Not to bad though. My girlfriend was the one who noticed this. Again, large hands, I didn't notice it much.

Overall everything works like it should. We will see how well it stand the test of time.

Edit: After owning this mouse for a month and using it for hours every day, I found that its not the one for me. I have very large, muscular hands(automotive tech by trade), I still find it hard to reach the forward thumb button without repositioning my hand on the mouse. Unfortunately this is not the only mouse I have this problem with. Almost every gaming mouse on the market has this issue: logitec 500/502, 602, 700 and Razer taipen, naga(buttons are to small), death adder. To name a few. All have the same issue for me.
I may try to cut and modify this one as a custom build to fit my hand since I got it for $20.

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  • Samiul I.
  • 12/4/2015 4:32:27 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsGood, but not perfect

Pros: Great shape for people with a fingertip grip. Good button layout. Great high precision sensor. Driver software is very good.

Cons: Height adjustability is absolutely useless. Imbalanced weight distribution + too heavy (thanks to useless height adjustability feature)

Other Thoughts: Good:

The shape of the mouse is top notch. Fingertip grippers will love it. It's a great replacement mouse for people who are looking for a replacement for their Logitech MX310.

The only thing that would make the shape perfect would be grooves in the sides of the mouse like the Logitech MX310

The driver software is excellent. This is the only mouseon the market as (far as I know) that gives you the ability to have varying X-axis DPI from Y-axis DPI. Great feature for FPS or 3RD person action games where your Y-axis DPI doesn't need to be too fast.

It has all the normal Macro/Profile features that yo expect.

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Bad:

The mouse is incredibly heavy for its size. But worse, it's weight distribution is imbalanced.

The buttocks of the mouse caries all the weight, this is the part of the mouse that houses the absolutely useless height adjust feature.

The height adjust changes the height by such a miniscule degree that it's practically irrelevant. Furthermore nobody's mouse experience is made or broken by the height (width, maybe, but NOT height).

If you put weights on the center slots the back is still heavier than the incredibly light front. I don't recommend putting weights on because the mouse is already very heavy without any weights attached.

Since there are only two bottom feet on this mouse and the feet are fairly small, the mouse tends to swivel a little from side to side. At high sensitivity your cursor will jitter and move when you click the left or right mouse button as a result of this swivelling.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Samiul I.,

I would like to thank you for your feedback about your EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse. Should you or any potential EVGA customer ever have any questions or concerns with any EVGA product, then I would encourage you to contact our 24 hour Presales Support team by phone 1.888.881.3842 and pressing option 3 or by email: Newegg@EVGA.com so that we can further assist you.

Sincerely,
EVGA Customer Support

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1 out of 5 eggsThought it was, NOT!

Pros: Looks!! I love the looks and the weight is excellent. Fit and feel is right too. Llights are easily adjusted

Cons: Clickers!!!! It will double click on you after a couple of months, it will randomly start double clicking, and gets worst as times goes on. I sent it back and had it replaced, the replacement double clicked right out the box. The 2nd replacement worked for 3 months and my old friend double click arrived again. EVGA has lost me now.

Other Thoughts: would have been a real nice mouse, but something is very wrong

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Charles H.,

I do apologize for the troubles you are having with your EVGA Torq X10 gaming mouse. I can assure you that we are here to assist and support you as best we can. I would encourage you to contact our 24 hour Technical Support team by phone 1.888.881.3842 and pressing option 1 or by email: Newegg@EVGA.com so that we can assist you.

Sincerely,
EVGA Customer Support

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  • kyle v.
  • 8/27/2015 7:31:02 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsgreat mouse, 9.5 / 10 rating

Pros: most everything. fit, feel, weight, precision

Cons: button clicking is a tad shallow

Other Thoughts: this is a great great mouse and i almost didn't purchase it. the short story is i had a 50% off code for an evga mouse and bought this thinking "what the heck' i already had an x3 and was curious if this was much of an upgrade. well...it is and it's better in every way except one. the button clicking on this mouse is very shallow and if you're use to a more full defined click this one may through you until you get use to it. for example if the average mouse has a click depth of say .10mm this one would most likely measure about .05mm or roughly half of what a regular mouse is, maybe 60% but around there. if you play FPS games this could be seen as input lag reduction as it is that much faster. however, for day to day tasks i'm not sure if i'm sold. i will say this much though....while i have an x3 and wireless logitech sitting here i did not go back to either after getting the x10.

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  • Matthew S.
  • 7/31/2015 4:11:19 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsgreat first mouse for evga

Pros: very accurate.. slides easy.. changes colors..lots of programmable buttons.. has changeable weights

Cons: easy to hit right side buttons

Other Thoughts: its just a great well made item

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  • Martin K.
  • 4/26/2015 12:27:26 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat gaming mouse

Pros: - Good feel, adjustable to fit your hand
- easily accessible side buttons
- nice lights that you can change the color on
- Durable! Ive traveled with this mouse to different countries and just had it in my bad, holds up great.
- cable is threaded so it doesn't tangle up which is really nice

Cons: I can't think of anything bad to say about this mouse, never had any issues with it.

Other Thoughts: I've owned this mouse for almost a year now, and it still feels brand new. It has a great feel, durable as hell, and it is literally the best mouse I've ever owned, they got it right with this one.

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1 out of 5 eggsJunk.

Pros: Bought at box store, took home, put back in box returned.
The mouse looks slick, and seemingly all the features ticked the right boxes, but it is seriously flawed.
The removable top is easily breakable rendering the mouse useless. I would attempt to be objective and say that if people don't bother with taking it off ever, then they would never know how cheap that part is, and it may last a long time. But to me i can't support especially for the fact this mouse is way overpriced, and i can't support such Amateur engineering flaws, especially from EVGA.. Fire your QA and designers, or hire me.

The side buttons are the worst i've ever felt, very loose and floppy, and don;'t have any resistance per se, no click to them. You can accidentally click them constantly. I mean just holding it in your hand turning it around when checking it out for the first time, it kept click, click, wow so bad.

Raising of the back requires a tool, unlike some mice that ( are equally junk) but they have a place Onboard the mouse to hold the tool at last. So you got to have it or an allen wrench close by once you lose the tool when it rolls off the desk into oblivion one day.

I would stay away. First impressions and all but i took it back and bought a mouse on sale for 20 bucks, that while not adjustable on the one palm part, has 4 weight system, far better buttons, is build like a tank, and performs stellar.
By a New company just coming on the scene, their first products on the scene destroying a company like EVGA?

Well i used to buy a lot of EVGA video cards, but they started going down hill, however they at least at that time they really had great customer support, the best. This product is beneath them imo. This product is really bad.
I[m not disgruntled, it's just fact. I also wuill never take any review by all those websites that are listed above, simply, they are either affiliates or incapable of actually reviewing hardware. Seriously, that is the biggest joke.

Cons: Quality, Price is abysmal.

Other Thoughts: Evga certainly could make a stellar product, but this is embarrassingly bad. I don't give them a pass at all since they have the money to QA and engineer a better product any day of the week. I can't imagine how this one slipped through the cracks.

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Michael K.,

I am very sorry to hear that you were not happy with your EVGA TORQ X10 mouse. We respect your opinion, but we do feel that our product is of sound design and this is shown through the multiple awards that the TORQ X10 mouse has won for its unique and quality design. If you should ever purchase any EVGA product and should have any concerns, then I would encourage you to contact our 24 hour Technical Support team by phone 1.888.881.3842 and pressing option 1 or by email: Newegg@EVGA.com, so that we can further assist you.

Sincerely,
EVGA Customer Support

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  • Jonathan F.
  • 3/13/2015 9:46:41 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: Great feel, excellent texture. Seems to glide/guide itself

Cons: Had a little trouble getting to the weights

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  • Lynn T.
  • 2/24/2015 7:24:28 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsquite nice

Pros: nice cord length
smooth control
easy to customize button layout

Cons: none really
but the weights dont really seem to do anything

Other Thoughts: hard to get used to for me cause i switched from a very slow old wireles mouse to this

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