EVGA releases Torq X3 and Torq X5 gaming mice

EVGA releases Torq X3 and Torq X5 gaming mice

The US company EVGA, which is best known for making video cards and motherboards, has announced two new gaming mice known as Torq X3 and Torq X5. Both models are wired and are available with an optical or laser sensor depending on the modification – thus you have a total of four new EVGA gaming mice – Torq X3, X3L, Torq X5 and X5L.

The mice share the same dimensions – 117.9 x 64.8 x 38.9 mm – but differ in the weight department – the X5L weighs 92 grams, while the X5 and X3 weigh 85 and 83 grams respectively. The mice have Omron keys that can endure 20 million clicks in the case of the X5 and X5L mice and 10 million clicks in the case of the X3 and X3L models as well as 1000 Hz refresh rate.

The sensors are also different – the X3 offers 4000 dpi, while the X3L offers 5000 dpi. The story repeats with the X5 line – the regular X5 mouse has a 6400 dpi optical sensor, while the X5L model brings 8400 dpi to the table. All mice also have 512 KB of on-board memory and can store up to 5 user profiles.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: EVGA

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