Having perfect Valorant settings is never possible. That's because everything's set up to the player's preference. But getting your favorite Valorant pro player's settings alongside the best crosshair color might just help you out!
One Valorant pro player's settings you want to check out are those of Jake “POACH” Brumleve. Here we'll check out POACH mouse, crosshair, map, bindings, video settings Valorant!
POACH Mouse Settings
POACH uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse which costs around $160. It's a good mouse, but it may be a bit costly to some. That's where you can get POACH's mouse settings for absolutely free! So here are the full POACH Valorant mouse settings:
Raw Input Buffer
These mouse settings that POACH uses are more focused on low to average mouse sensitivity. Some players don't prefer low mouse sensitivity though. In that case, make sure you see the best Valorant mouse settings!
POACH Crosshair Settings
Lots of pro players have a really simple crosshair that's mostly only made of inner lines and low to no outer lines. And that's the case with POACH. He uses a small crosshair which import code you can find below. See how to import and export crosshair codes here.
Some players might find the inner lines unappealingly small, so changes may be needed. Seeing the full crosshair Valorant settings that POACH uses for his outer lines and inner lines can help you out understand it more. Or you may want to copy it that way if you want to get his crosshair traditionally! So here are the complete POACH Valorant settings for his crosshair:
Show Inner Lines
Inner Line Opacity
Inner Line Length
Inner Line Thickness
Inner Line Offset
Show Outer Lines
As you can see, the inner lines are set to pretty low without any outer lines. Adding proper outer lines and even outlines to a crosshair though can sometimes make players hit more headshots! So make sure you definitely see the best Valorant crosshairs.
POACH Keybind Settings
POACH uses a Razer Huntsman Mini keyboard that goes around the price of $80. His key bindings for Valorant are a bit changed to the ones the game assigns you at the beginning, so much so POACH uses one ability on his mouse! Below you can see the POACH Valorant settings for his key binds:
Equip Primary Weapon
Equip Secondary Weapon
Equip Melee Weapon
Use / Equip Ability: 1
Use / Equip Ability: 2
Use / Equip Ability: 3
Use / Equip Ability: Ultimate
For the most part, these key bindings are normal. But POACH has made some changes to its abilities. He's set the signature ability to C, Ultimate Ability set to T of all keys, and even uses a mouse button for his first ability. But at least POACH hasn't changed how he jumps and equips the best Vandal skins in these Valorant settings!
POACH Map Settings
Next up we have the Valorant settings that POACH uses to keep track of the enemy team, i.e his minimap settings. He uses a rather big minimap which can be of service to some players to focus more on information happening around Valorant's maps and callouts with the "Show Map Region Names" option in the map settings. With that in mind, here are the POACH Valorant settings for his map:
Always the Same
Keep Player Centered
Minimap Vision Cones
Show Map Region Names
As we've mentioned above, POACH is a fan of Valorant's callouts having turned on the "Show Map Region Names" option. Though if you dislike these Valorant settings, even with the callouts, then make sure you check out the best Valorant map settings!
POACH Video Settings
And for last, we'll see the POACH Valorant Video settings. He uses low material quality, texture quality, detail quality, and a low resolution which any player's monitor and PC should support. Your PC may even support the best Valorant Video settings, so be wary of that! Now firstly we'll see the POACH Valorant General Video settings:
Aspect Ratio Method
Frame Rate Limit
Next up we'll see the Graphics settings that POACH uses for Valorant. As for material quality, texture quality, and detail quality, they're set to pretty low so you don't have to worry about bad FPS! POACH has set one option, Anti-Aliasing, a bit higher though which may pique your interest. So here are the POACH Valorant Graphics Quality Video settings:
You can see that POACH has set Anti-Aliasing to FXAA. If it causes you to drop in FPS, make sure you set it to None and don't touch detail quality, texture quality, and material quality. They may make Valorant look beautiful, but not being able to click on heads properly will make you and your teammates angry!
And that's it for the full POACH Valorant settings. If you haven't set your settings properly, these may help you out. Though if you dislike these Valorant settings as well, make sure you check out other Valorant pro players' settings such as TenZ's Valorant settings!