Valorant eDPI Calculator

Find your Valorant eDPI by using this simple calculator.

What is eDPI in Valorant?

eDPI (effective dots per inch) is a value which combines your in-game sensitivity with your mouse DPI to make a much easier way to compare your sensitivity to others. eDPI is basically your true sensitivity, so the higher the number, the faster your sensitivity will be. The lower the number, the slower your sensitivity will be.

The reason why so many people use eDPI to compare settings is because, like explained previously, it combines your sensitivity with your DPI. So by using eDPI you will be able to compare sensitivity speeds with others regardless of their DPI settings.

From what we have found, most pro players tend to stay within the 200-400 eDPI range. This doesn’t mean it’s bad if you go outside this range – many players do such as Hiko, Brax, etc. But this might give you a good idea for what your eDPI should be.

You can find your Valorant eDPI by using the formula: Sensitivity × DPI (or you can use our handy calculator).

Do you want to see what eDPI the Valorant pros use?

Then check out our extensive list of pro players’ settings and setups:

6 thoughts on “Valorant eDPI Calculator”

  1. I think the calculator is not right. Or I missunderstand the Calculator…

    I have 13% in Fortnite with 1600 DPI thats a EDPI of 208.
    And with the Sensitivity setting 1.0 in Valorant the mouse speed is nearly the same with 1.0 (default)
    If I enter here 1.0 and 1600 DPI i get an EDPI of 1600 dat would be too fast to be right.

    1. Both Fortnite and Valorant’s eDPI’s are far different from each other and are not very comparable.

      For example: Valorant tends to have a higher number on average, where as Fortnite has a far lower value.

      So yes your eDPI of 1600 for Valorant is correct.

    2. I think you have to divide your fortnite sensitivity with 3.181818 to get your valorant sensitivity

      for example 0.13 divided with 3.181818 = 0.408

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