EVGA TORQ X10 Gaming Mouse On Pre-Order

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    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 hardc...

    EVGA TORQ X10 Gaming Mouse On Pre-Order
     
  2. Ch0plol

    Ch0plol Member Guru

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    laser sensor... pass
     
  3. FULMTL

    FULMTL Ancient Guru

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    Depends on how good their software is. I'd rather have the non CF version because I prefer a brick for a mouse.
     
  4. Robbo9999

    Robbo9999 Ancient Guru

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    Like the red & black, and the design too, would match my laptop quite well, but I'll stick with my G9x. DPI's are getting ridiculous though right - 8200dpi, when would you ever need that?! With really high resolution monitors you'd need higher dpi, but 8200dpi? Anyone know of have an opinion on what max practical dpi is for different resolutions (like 1080p, etc)? For instance I use my mouse at 800dpi, on a 900p monitor, with Windows mouse sensitivity set at notch 6 (which is 1:1 movement ratio), and I'd class myself as a high sensitivity gamer with small mouse movements and a fingertip grip - I don't ever need more than 800dpi. Would be interested to hear your opinions on this and what you find works for you.

    EDIT: Yep, just did some quick Maths on working out what dpi would give me the same sensitivity I use when upscaled from my 900p monitor to a high resolution monitor 2560x1440, and this turns out as:
    (1440/900)*800dpi = 1280dpi.
    So, on a 1440p monitor I'd need no more than 1280dpi setting on a mouse. Surely 8200dpi has no practical use whatsoever!
     
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    sykozis Ancient Guru

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    I'll stick with the G502 that eclap talked me into.

    I'm at 2400dpi on 1920x1080 display.
     
  6. SoloCreep

    SoloCreep Master Guru

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    I have a 8200dpi mouse "Corsair Vengeance M65" and there is no way I would ever set my dpi that high. Its impossible to control the pointer. I am wondering why someone would turn it up that high. Is there software out there that would benefit having 8200dpi? Maybe someone with three 46 inch displays running a really high res?
     
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    Well, I certainly like the looks on this one. No clue about performance and handling, seems rather small for my hand though.
     
  8. Robbo9999

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    Yeah, but I reckon with 3 displays the pointer would still move just as fast on the individual screens dictated by the resolution of each individual screen, so I think that 8200dpi would still be too much even in that scenario, making the pointer hard to control on desktop as well as gaming.

    As a quick aside, I got a new mouse pad yesterday, had a cloth one before for my G9x, but switched to a Steelseries 4HD hard plastic mat, and it's made a world of difference, smoother & quicker movement, greater control, perceived better tracking. So, I think it's worth bearing in mind getting a quality mouse mat to match these high end laser mice.
     
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