Curry Valorant Pro Settings│Mouse│Crosshair│Map Key Bindings│Video Settings

Check out Cloud9 Curry’s Valorant Settings!
Curry Valorant Pro Settings│Mouse│Crosshair│Map Key Bindings│Video Settings




Born on August 5, 2002, Rahul "curry" Nemani is an American professional Valorant player for Cloud9. He was previously a professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player who was part of Triumph and Rebirth Esports. Curry proves himself to be an exceptional player, and knowing his Valorant settings may help you be on his level!

Curry's Valorant Mouse Settings

Just like the Sage main player Grim, Curry also uses LOGITECH G PRO X SUPERLIGHT. Everyone has their preferred gaming equipment, so even if you don't have the same mouse, you can still apply the following mouse settings, and you're good to go!

DPI800
eDPI300
Sensitivity0.375
Scoped Sensitivity1
Windows Sensitivity6

Comparing this to Tenz’s mouse settings you can observe that they both have a fairly high DPI and a lower game sensitivity. If you feel like experimenting, you can adjust this setting until you feel comfortable playing with it!

Curry's Valorant Crosshair Settings

Like many pro players, Curry also uses a green crosshair which is considered one of the best colors you can choose from. Trying different crosshairs in Valorant and finding the one you like may require some tuning and adjustments!

Manually changing all the crosshair settings may take time, so you can just import a crosshair. We offer a guide for importing and exporting crosshairs so you can easily copy the crosshair Curry uses! (Nevertheless, we will still provide all the primary crosshair settings of Curry.)

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General Crosshair Settings:

OutlinesOff
Outline Opacity1
Outline Thickness1
Center DotOff
Center Dot Opacity1
Center Dot Thickness1
Override Firing Error Offset With Crosshair OffsetOff
Override All Primary Crosshairs With My Primary Crosshair Off

Inner Lines Crosshair Settings:

Show Inner LinesOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length4
Inner Line Thickness2
Inner Line Offset2
Movement ErrorOff
Movement Error MultiplierDeactivated because of Movement Error being turned off
Firing ErrorOff
Firing Error MultiplierDeactivated because of Movement Error being turned off

Outer Lines Crosshair Settings:

Show Outer LinesOff
Outer Line Opacity1
Outer Line Length1
Outer Line Thickness1
Outer Line Offset1
Movement ErrorOff
Movement Error MultiplierDeactivated because of Movement Error being turned off
Firing ErrorOff
Firing Error MultiplierDeactivated because of Firing Error being turned off

Curry’s crosshair looks quite simple and clean. Among all the settings above, the Inner Lines are the only ones turned on. Moreover, his movement and firing errors are off – which can be observed with other pros too!

Curry’s Valorant Map Settings

Map settings between pro players do not vary that much. So, you can try Curry’s settings, switch things up or just stick with the default!

RotateOn
Fixed OrientationBased on Side
Keep Player CenteredOn
Minimap Size1.1
Minimap Zoom0.73
Minimap Vison ConesOn
Show Map Region NamesAlways

Looking at Curry’s map settings, he has Show Map Region Names on like most players.  Moreover, he has Keep Player Centered on. This indicates that the map constantly revolves around your player icon. As a result, you may occasionally be able to view less of the map, but it still makes playing with it more convenient!

Curry’s Valorant Keybind Settings

Unlike ScreaM and Tenz’s key bindings, Curry uses key bindings that don’t differ from the default settings that much.

Judging from the default key bindings, you can see that he only switched up Use/ Equip Ability 1 and 3. Although Curry was a pro-CS:GO player before, he didn’t change his Jump key binding to his Mouse Wheel Down, unlike other pro players. We do suggest using the default key bindings in Valorant especially if you’re new in the game!

WalkL-Shift
CrouchL-Ctrl
JumpSpace Bar
Use ObjectF
Equip Primary Weapon1
Equip Secondary Weapon2
Equip Melee Weapon3
Equip Spike4
Use/ Equip Ability: 1E
Use/ Equip Ability: 2Q
Use/ Equip Ability: 3C
Use/ Equip Ability: 4 (Ultimate Ability)X

Curry’s Valorant Video Settings

Video Settings may differ from player to player. Numerous factors such as the model of your device or its specifications can be the determinants of your video settings.

Display ModeFullscreen
Resolution1280x960
Material QualityLow
Texture QualityLow
Detail QualityLow
UI QualityLow
VignetteOff
VsyncOff
Anti AliasingMSAA 4x
Anisotropic Filtering16x
Improve ClarityOn
BloomOff
Cast ShadowsOn
DistortionOn

Like Tenz, the majority of players have Low settings for Material Quality, Texture Quality, Detail Quality, and UI Quality. However, occasionally you will come across pros with Texture and Material Quality set to High. We would recommend setting your Detail Quality and UI Quality to Low.

He also has Cast Shadows or First Person Shadows on which players debate if it has an advantage or not. Of course, it’s up to you if you want to use it!

Anisotropic Filtering and Anti-Aliasing are purely a matter of taste. Despite the fact that Curry uses a high Anisotropic Filtering of 16x, some top players use Anisotropic Filtering at 1x and Anti-Aliasing at MSAA 4x.

Curry’s Valorant settings can serve as an inspiration for you to switch things up in your settings. Try experimenting a bit to know what settings you prefer playing with and become a remarkable pro player like Curry!



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