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SEN SicK Mouse,Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video settings

Being the main Controller for Sentinels has made SicK a role model that many Valorant players look up to.
SEN SicK Mouse,Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video settings




Hunter Mims, who goes by the name “SicK” is a professional Valorant player for the North American team Sentinels. Unless you’ve been living under a rock or you haven’t followed competitive Valorant, you have probably heard about Sentinels.

Apart from being an outstanding competitive performer, SicK has constantly been near the top of the North American leaderboards. All of this contributes to the growth of his brand, and as a content creator on Twitch and Youtube. His success leaves many fans wondering what are SicK’s Valorant settings that enable his performance. And in this article we are going to be covering exactly that.

SICK MOUSE SETTINGS

If you have checked out our best mouse settings article, you would know that SicK’s sensitivity is rather low for a Valorant pro player. 

The rest of SicK’s Valorant mouse settings seem to fall in line with the rest of the professional players with 800 DPI being the norm in the community. SicK’s eDPI of 188 is one of the lowest in the competitive scene and with sensitivity settings as low as his, you probably need a lot of desk space. A key detail to watch out for here is the Raw Input Buffer. 

DPI800
Sensitivity0,235
eDPI188
Zoom Sensitivity1
Frequency1000 Hz
Windows Sensitivity6
Raw Input BufferOn

This setting was introduced by Riot Games around a year ago and it’s supposed to improve the speed of mouse input. Pro players that own mice with high polling rates should benefit more from this setting, but we rarely see them use it. Luckily SicK is one of those and it’s probably necessary to get an advantage, especially with his low sensitivity.

SICK CROSSHAIR SETTINGS

Just like many CS: Go veterans, SicK’s crosshair is as simple as they come. In our article about the best crosshair colors, we talked about why the green color is so good and SicK seems to agree with us. Having outlines on makes the crosshair look clean and easy to track while the outer lines don't even matter because their thickness is set to 0.

With no firing or moving error enabled, SicK’s crosshair is among the best one for mid and short range duels. Personally I've enjoyed great success using it on smaller maps and with fast fire weapons like the Spectre and Phantom.

ColorGreen
OutlinesOn
Outline Opacity1
Outline Thickness1
Center DotOff
Show Inner LinesOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length3
Inner Line Thickness2
Inner Line Offset5
Movement ErrorOff
Firing ErrorOff
Show Outer LinesOn
Outer Line Opacity0,379
Outer Line Length2
Outer Line Thickness0
Outer Line Offset10
Movement ErrorOff
Firing ErrorOff

SICK KEYBIND SETTINGS

Looking at this table we see nothing out of the ordinary except that SicK actually uses his mouse buttons. Macros as they are known, are the side buttons on gaming mice and are usually used for repetitive actions. 

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: 2Mouse 4
Use / Equip Ability: 3C
Use / Equip Ability: UltimateX

Casual players rarely use them and prefer to stick to the C or V keys, but many pro players like having spells on their mice. Transitioning might be hard but it’s definitely worth it if you are passionate about the game. Some players like to keep their mouse hand dedicated to just aiming and shooting, but it boils down to preference.

SICK MAP SETTINGS

SicK’s  minimap settings fall right in line with the recommendations in our best map settings article. In it we break down in detail every setting and its importance, and you should definitely check it out.

RotateRotate
Fixed OrientationBased On Side
Keep Player CenteredOff
Minimap Size1,1
Minimap Zoom0,9
Minimap Vision ConesOn
Show Map Region NamesAlways

SICK VIDEO SETTINGS

Having every graphic setting on low or turned off has been a common occurrence among pro players for a few reasons. The main explanation is that they focus on having as little distractions as possible to focus solely on the gameplay. 

Resolution1920x1080
Aspect Ratio16:9
Aspect Ratio MethodFill
Display ModeFullscreen
Multithreaded RenderingOn
Material QualityLow
Texture QualityLow
Detail QualityLow
UI QualityLow
VignetteOff
VSyncOff
Anti-AliasingNone
Anisotropic Filtering1x
Improve ClarityOff
Experimental SharpeningUnknown
BloomOff
DistortionOff
Cast ShadowsOff

One thing that stands out from SicK’s Valorant video settings is Multithreaded Rendering. The goal of this setting is to produce multiple layers of images on the screen, which helps greatly in detecting movement. This does put a strain on your CPU and GPU but pro players like SicK already own high end computers to begin with.

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