Pujan “FNS” Mehta is a current professional Valorant player for Team Envy. He has found some relatively great success with Team Envy and is one of their core players. He’s been with the team since July 2020.
FNS mainly plays a support role and uses sentinel agents like Killjoy and Cypher for Team Envy. His “FNS” IGN came from the word “Finesse,” which is an expression he likes to use on stream that roughly means outplayed or outsmarter.
FNS is also one of the many professional CS: GO players who switched to Valorant when it was first released.
Let’s take a look at all of FNS’s Valorant settings.
FNS Valorant Settings in 2022
Here are FNS’s current Valorant settings. We’ll make sure to update the following information if ever he makes changes to his settings.
- Mouse: Logitech G Pro X Superlight
- DPI: 400
- In-game Sensitivity: 0.55
- eDPI: 220
- Scoped Sensitivity Multiplier: 1
- Polling Rate: 1000 Hz
FNS actually has a very low eDPI which offers a more precise and controlled aim. Unfortunately, it is harder to flick, and it takes a lot more effort to move your mouse quickly when you have lower eDPIs. Ensure that you have enough mouse room if you’re planning to copy FNS’s mouse settings.
Other Valorant players with a similar eDPI include TSM Subroza, Ninja, FaZe Babybay, Sen Zombs, and Gen G Koosta.
Like most Valorant pros, FNS has a simple yet effective crosshair. He uses a compact crosshair with a small space in the center.
- Color: Green
- Outlines/ Opacity/ Thickness: Off
- Center Dot/ Opacity/ Thickness: Off
- Inner Lines: On/ 1 / 3 / 2 / 2
- Outer Lines: Off
- Fade/Movement Error/ Firing Error: Off/ Off/ Off
FNS’s Key Binds
Key binds are an important part of the game and can vary from player to player. Placing your abilities on the right keys can help you quickly improve in the game. Valorant’s default key binds are actually already pretty good, and FNS didn’t change the default ones too much.
- Keyboard: Corsair K95
- Walk: Left Shift
- Crouch: Left Ctrl
- Jump: Mouse Wheel Down/ Space Bar
- First Ability: C
- Second Ability: Q
- Third Ability: E
- Ultimate Ability: X
Finally, we have the graphics settings. Having a high and stable frame rate can actually lead to a competitive advantage in the game. This is why FNS uses the lowest possible graphics settings like most professional players.
Increasing some of the settings can result in occasional frame drops or lags, which you definitely don’t want to occur, especially when playing at the highest level.
FNS uses the BenQ Zowie XL2546 monitor with a refresh rate of 240 Hz, a 1920 x 1080 resolution at fullscreen unlocked FPS.
Those were NV FNS’s Valorant settings. These are great settings to use as a baseline for personalizing your in-game settings.