To work out your Valorant eDPI simply enter your mouse DPI (found in your mouse software) followed by your Valorant sensitivity in to the Valorant eDPI calculator below.
What is eDPI and why do you need it?
eDPI stands for effective Dots Per Inch. It is a numeric value that is calculated by multiplying your mouse DPI with your in-game sensitivity.
Mouse DPI and in-game sensitivity are both variables that affect your overall sensitivity. When comparing several players with these two values separately, it can be difficult to quickly decipher which player has a higher or lower sensitivity.
By multiplying them to make one number (eDPI), it makes it much easier to display the “true” sensitivity. The table below demonstrates this:
What is the best Valorant eDPI to use?
Most pro Valorant players tend to use an eDPI between 180 and 380. But consider that eDPI is a subjective setting and can be influenced by external factors such as desk space, mouse pad size or the players mobility.
We would recommend experimenting with different sensitivities in order to find one which suits you individually.
What is considered low, medium, and high Valorant eDPI?
|Low Valorant eDPI||Less than 250|
|Medium Valorant eDPI||250-350|
|High Valorant eDPI||More than 350|
How windows sensitivity impacts your Valorant eDPI
Valorant uses raw input, meaning that when in-game your mouse will be unaffected by your Windows sensitivity settings. It is therefore not relevant to include this in our Valorant eDPI calculator.