Noted Mouse,Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video settings
Noted made a name for himself In the RS6 and Apex Legends pro play scene, before switching to Valorant.
Before focusing on his content creation career, Noted was a household name as a professional player in the competitive scene of both Rainbox Six Siege and Apex Legends. His sheer talent and proficiency at any FPS game made him one of the earliest ambassadors of the new game that Riot Games released. Although he never competed as a professional Valorant player, he managed to garner a huge Valorant community, especially in South America. In this article, we will take a look at his valorant settings, which enabled his consistently great performance.
Noted Mouse Settings
In the table below we can see Noted’s Valorant Mouse settings, and the one that stands out the most is the mouse sensitivity. 0,97 is really high but it gets even crazier when you realize he is on 800 DPI. This mouse sensitivity raises his EDPI to 776, which is unheard of among other high elo and professional players in Valorant.
Our best mouse settings article talked about how EDPI is the most crucial mouse setting, so you should definitely check it out. His mouse settings are rounded up with a scoped sensitivity of 0,8 and Raw Input Buffer turned Off.
Noted Crosshair Settings
If you have been in Noted’s stream at least once, you would know that he changes his crosshair settings all the time. It’s like Noted is using a Valorant crosshair generator every time he ques up, with him rocking the dot crosshair, circle crosshair, and many more crosshair types. One of the rare things that have remained consistent about his crosshair settings, is his crosshair color choice.
Noted is maybe the most notable Valorant player rocking the Yellow crosshair color on almost all of his crosshairs. His most recognizable crosshair has no outlines, no center dot, no movement error or firing error, and no outer lines. It’s a simple crosshair with 1321 inner lines, and in our best crosshair colors article, we covered how the color affects different crosshairs.
Noted Keybind Settings
As of July 2022, Noted has been using the Corsair K70 keyboard and his Valorant settings reflect his comfort with it. His key bindings are all set to the game's defaults with Crouch set to Left Ctrl, Walk being set to Left Shift Jump set to the Space Bar. The Primary Weapon, Secondary Weapon, and the Melee Weapon are bound to the defaults 1,2,3. In the table below we can see his other Valorant settings, and that he equips his ultimate ability using the X Key.
Rossy Map Settings
When looking at Rossy Valorant settings that affect his minimap, we can notice that they are not much different from the settings of other pros. We can see that the Show Map Region Names setting is Always turned On, and his Fixed Orientation settings are set to Based on Side Keep Player Centered is On.
In our best minimap settings article we talked about how impactful having the Keep Player Centered setting turned On can be. The minimap size settings are set to 1,1 and he has Mimimap Zoom of 0,9.
Rossy Video Settings
Rossy's video settings immediately show some something unusual for most pro valorant settings. He's playing on a 1280x1024 stretched resolution with a 4:3 Aspect ratio, which combined with his crosshair settings make for smooth and stable gameplay. Just like his keybinds, Rossy's video settings are similar to most pro players video settings.
He has Low Texture Quality, Low Detail Quality, Material Quality Low, and even his First Person Shadows setting is turned Off. He has Anti aliasing set to None but he does use the Improve clarity setting. For a young player, Rossy sure has some old-school preferences in regards to his graphic settings.