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EVGA Torq X5 Review – Packaging and Bundle
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EVGA Torq X5 Review – The Mouse
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EVGA Torq X5 Review – Software
EVGA Torq X5 Review – Conclusion
Starting with the build quality and design of the mouse we were initially a little disappointed with the Torq X5. The glossy surface felt a little slippery and we would have much preferred a textured/matt/rubberized finish. Having said that, it does look quite nice and within a short time we had adjusted to the smooth feel. That really is the only significant design issue though, the textured side panels provide plenty of grip, the buttons are in appropriate locations to allow pressing with minimal effort and the LEDs add both useful feedback on profiles while also providing some extra aesthetic appeal.
If we are being really picky, the branding of the Torq X5 could be redesigned a bit, the font used makes it look very much like TORO unless you look closely…but there are no quirky issues with performance to be picky about. The mouse performed flawlessly through our testing. Tracking accurately on multiple surfaces and offering a nice range of DPI settings which will satisfy the vast majority of gamers. We were also pleased with the software EVGA provide. All too often control panels are an after thought by manufacturers but not here. It is fully featured, looks good and is intuitive. Everything we need from configuration software.
We hadn’t looked at the pricing of the mouse prior to testing so when writing this conclusion finding that it costs $49.99 was quite a surprise. Given the 3-year warranty, impressive build quality, features available and impressive software/performance we expected a higher retail price. Therefore the Tor Dissertation Sociologie Exemple q X5 wins our value award.