Mouse Sensitivity Converter & Calculator

This mouse sensitivity converter allows you to translate sensitivities between Counter-Strike 2, VALORANT, and other games, preserving your muscle memory regardless of the game you play.

How to Use the Sensitivity Calculator

Select Your Games: Choose the games to convert sensitivities between.

Input Sensitivity: Enter the sensitivity value from the original game.

Adjust DPI Settings: Input the “from” and “to” DPI values.

The calculator will provide your new sensitivity instantly. You’ll also see the distance in inches and centimeters needed for a full 360-degree turn in the game.

What is Sensitivity?

Sensitivity in gaming refers to how much your on-screen character or crosshair moves in response to your mouse movements. Higher sensitivity means that small movements of your mouse result in larger movements on the screen, whereas lower sensitivity means you have to move your mouse more to achieve the same on-screen movement. Finding the right sensitivity is crucial for accuracy and comfort in gameplay. Different games may require different sensitivity settings depending on their mechanics and your personal preference.

What is DPI?

DPI stands for “Dots Per Inch” and measures the sensitivity of your mouse hardware. Essentially, it indicates how many pixels the cursor will move per inch of mouse movement. A higher DPI setting means the cursor will move further with less physical movement of the mouse, while a lower DPI means more physical movement is required for the same on-screen movement. Many modern gaming mice allow you to adjust the DPI settings, providing flexibility to suit different gaming styles and preferences.

What is cm/360?

The cm/360 measurement indicates the physical distance you need to move your mouse to perform a full 360-degree rotation in-game. This measurement helps you understand how your sensitivity settings translate to real-world movements. For example, if your cm/360 is 30, you need to move your mouse 30 centimeters to turn your character around completely. This metric is particularly useful for maintaining muscle memory when switching between games, as it helps you keep a consistent feel across different titles.