SicK’s Valorant Settings | Keybinds & More!

September 20, 2021
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Valorant is quite a competitive game, after all, it’s an eSports title. Speaking of eSports, there have been a lot of players circulating in teams, with one of them being SicK. SicK is quite well-known in the eSports scene even early in his Counter-Strike GO days. Nowadays, SicK plays at Sentinels alongside ShahZaM, zombs, dapr, and TenZ. They’re one of the best, if not the best team in the world at the moment.

SicK’s Peripherals

If you’re in need of some new peripherals, and want to use something that an eSports-grade player uses, then consider SicK’s setup.

Kicking it off with his mouse. SicK uses a Logitech G900 which is a highly used mouse in the eSports scene. As for his keyboard, it is a HyperX Alloy FPS Pro keyboard, which is not my favorite one in the world, but definitely high-grade.

SicK’s Keybinds

SicK mostly uses the generic key binds which are similar to what others seem to use as well, like Flights. Here are all of the key binds SicK uses:

Equip Primary Weapon1Equip Secondary Weapon2
Melee Weapon3Spike4
WalkL-ShiftFirst AbilityE
Second AbilityButton 4 On MouseThird AbilityC
UltimateXJumpSpace
CrouchL-ControlUseF

SicK’s Graphics Settings

For the graphics, SicK goes ultra-low like any other Valorant eSports players, as it gives the most FPS advantage. The game feels smoother and therefore you have more control:

  • Fullscreen
  • 1920×1080 – Resolution
  • Unlimited – Frame Rate
  • Low – Material Quality
  • Low – Detail Quality
  • Low – Texture Quality
  • Medium – UI Quality
  • Off – Vignette
  • Off – V-Sync
  • Off – Anti-Aliasing
  • 1x – Anisotropic Filtering
  • Off – Improve Quality
  • Off – Improved Gun Skin Quality
  • Off – Distortion
  • On – First Person Shadows
  • 240Hz – Refresh Rate
  • Off – Bloom

SicK’s Crosshair

This is mostly what we see a difference in across multiple well-known professional Valorant players, the crosshair. SicK has the following crosshair settings:

  • Green – Color
  • Inner Lines – 1 / 3 / 2 / 5
  • Outlines – ON / 1 / 1
  • Outer Lines – 0.379 / 2 / 0 / 10
  • Center Dot – OFF
  • Fade, Movement & Firing Error – OFF / OFF / OFF

Lastly, Hunter Mims – SicK, uses a BenQ XL2546 monitor. It’s a 240Hz refresh rate monitor, with 1ms delay, and 1080p. It also has shields on the sides.

NOTE: Most of these settings and peripherals are subject to change.

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