With this eDPI calculator you will find out the effective dots per inch in Valorant, CS:GO, or in any other videogame!
DPI stands for dots per inch, referring to how a computer mouse measures physical distance. The more technically accurate phrase is actually CPI, or counts per inch, as dots are not actually used as part of the process. However, DPI is the abbreviation you’re more likely to encounter when comparing options, so we’ll be using that going forward.
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You can find and change your sensitivity e.g. in CS:GO settings, or by typing
sensitivity into your CS:GO developer console.
TL;DR: basically, if you have your windows mouse settings at 6/11 and smoothing off raw input will not effect your sensitivity at all. What it will effect are "feel", which honestly might be a placebo. I recommend trying both and just using what you feel best from a blind test (have someone else change the settings for you and don't look at them)
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You can change this setting by typing
m_rawinput "1" into your developer console in CS:GO.
"1" means on,
"0" means off.
Is between 1 and 11
Applies only if
m_rawinput is off.
Can be found and changed by pressing
Windows + R and typing
main.cpl. Run the script and click on
Pointer options tab.
Table of contents
|◦What DPI means?|
|◦What sensitivity means?|
|◦What is eDPI?|
|◦Why eDPI is important?|
|◦How the calculator calculates the eDPI?|
|◦How to calculate eDPI?|
|◦eDPI vs sensitivity|
|◦What games does eDPI calculator work with?|