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EVGA's TORQ X10 gaming mouse heads to Europe

by Parm Mann on 27 August 2014, 17:25

Tags: EVGA

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Remember the EVGA TORQ X10 gaming mouse that was launched back in May? Well, if you've been eagerly awaiting retail availability on home shores, you may be in luck as the firm has today confirmed that the peripheral is now shipping in Europe.

Pricing has been set at €69.90 / £49.99 for the standard mouse, or €89.90 / £69.99 for a top-end model finished in carbon fibre. The TORQ X10 is EVGA's first gaming mouse and touts an 8,200 DPI Avago 9800 laser sensor, an adjustable weight system, a full metal base, nine programmable buttons and an ambidextrous profile designed to appease both lefties and righties.

TORQ X10 appears to have the hardware credentials, but would you be willing to pay a £20 premium for a carbon fibre surface? Full specifications as well as European buy links are available below.


  • Max DPI: 8200
  • Sensor Type: Laser (Avago 9800)
  • Main Switch Type: Omron – 20 million click lifecycle
  • Programmable Buttons: 9
  • Min/Max Weight: 147g/160g
  • Max Polling/Report Rate: 1000Hz
  • LED Colour: Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Orange, Pink, Purple
  • Feet Type: Low Friction PTFE
  • Max Number of Profiles: 5 (512K Onboard)


  • Real Carbon Fibre Surface
  • Ambidextrous design supports right or left handed gamers
  • Adjustable height system supports all gamers
  • Adjustable DPI up to 8200 DPI with On-the-Fly Sensitivity adjustment
  • Adjustable weight system
  • Highest quality materials including silver coated wire, Omron switches, and Carbon Fibre surface
  • 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 five separate profiles

Buy Links

Scan (UK): TORQ X10 Carbon / TORQ X10

Alternate (Germany): TORQ X10 Carbon / TORQ X10

Caseking (Germany): TORQ X10 Carbon / TORQ X10

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I must say that it doesn't look very ergonomic for a gaming mouse.
I must say that it doesn't look very ergonomic for a gaming mouse.
In my opinion the majority of gaming mice seem to be more focused on looking cool than actually being the same shape as a hand.
I think it looks great and EVGA are a company that I like, so much so that I might consider them for my next motherboard, not enough for my next mouse though, sadly. £50 is too much for a wired mouse.
There is a less than glowing review of it on Anandtech.


Can't say that this mouse is anywhere near the top (or even middle, for that sake) of my “mouse to buy” list.