# Raptr’s Rotational Sensitivity Converter (CPI -> In/360)

Raptr's Rotational Sensitivity Converter (CPI -> In/360)

Sometimes it sucks to have different sensitivities in games. Whether you’re playing CS:GO, Dota, League of Legends, or Osu! It can be annoying to try to match up different in-game sensitivities. Some will tell you to try disabling the mouse acceleration, but not every game has that option or it’s just too hard to play around with sensitivity settings with each game.

Either way, it can be a nightmare to have different sensitivities as it really messes with your muscle memory. Some games don’t even let you play around with sensitivities at all and that can be rough because you’re forced in whatever sensitivity the game has as its default.

What Is Raptr's Rotational Sensitivity Converter (CPI -> In/360)?

You don’t have to whip out a rule to measure sensitivity if you want to calculate in/360. You also don’t have to break out a piece of paper to calculate numbers by trial and error. Fortunately, Raptr's Rotational Sensitivity Converter (CPI -> In/360) does all that for you.

Why Use Raptr's Rotational Sensitivity Converter (CPI -> In/360)?

Raptr's Rotational Sensitivity Converter (CPI -> In/360) is the only reliable calculator that helps you convert your CPI or DPI to help you discern the rotational sensitivity value. It’s a great calculator to use if you’re looking to match the sensitivity of CS:GO and Osu!

How To Use Raptr's Rotational Sensitivity Converter (CPI -> In/360)

In order to get your in/360 output on the right side (at the bottom if you’re on a mobile device) you would need to follow these steps:

Step One: Input your CPI (same as the DPI)

Step Two: Input your Horizontal FOV (CS:GO = 106)

Step Three: Input your horizontal resolution which is probably 1920

Step Four: Check the note if you need to convert from vertical to horizontal

This Calculator converts a persons CPI/DPI to a rotational sensitivity value You can match Osu to Csgo sens

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