Yay Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings

All yay Valorant Pro settings, including hardware and in-game settings.
Yay Mouse, Crosshair, Keybinds, Map, Video Settings




Every pro player in Valorant has their own fans. And those fans sometimes want to copy their favorite pro player’s settings down to the best Valorant graphics settings.

One Valorant pro player that has raised a trophy at VCT Masters is yay. So if you’ve wanted the yay Valorant settings, look no further. Here we’ll check out yay mouse, crosshair, map, bindings, video settings Valorant!

Yay Mouse Settings

Yay uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse which costs around $150-$160. It’s a pretty good mouse, but a bit costly. So if you want to copy the yay Valorant settings but don’t have a Logitech G Pro X Superlight, get at least a light mouse. With that out of the way, here are the yay Valorant settings for his mouse:

DPI

800

eDPI

216

Sensitivity

0.27

Scoped Sensitivity

1

Raw Input Buffer

On

Windows Sensitivity

6

Here’s why you’ll need a light mouse for yay’s settings: he has low eDPI. This means you’ll do a lot of dragging on your mouse pad for aim, potentially becoming an arm aimer. If these mouse settings don’t suit you, then check out the best Valorant mouse settings!

Yay Crosshair Settings

Now we’ll see the yay Valorant settings behind his crosshair. Yay uses a small white crosshair for all of his precise aimings. You can find his crosshair code below, and see how to import the crosshair code here.

0;P;h;0;0l;4;0o;0;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

The crosshair only consists of inner lines with no outer lines, firing error, and movement error. Some players want to tinker with the yay Valorant settings though and add some of these settings like firing error and movement error. That’s why we’ll see the full extent of yay’s Valorant crosshair settings:


Color

White

Outlines

OFF

Outline Opacity

0

Center Dot

OFF

Show Inner Lines

ON

Inner Line Opacity

1

Inner Line Length

4

Inner Line Thickness

2

Inner Line Offset

0

Movement Error

OFF

Firing Error

OFF

Show Outer Lines

OFF

Movement Error

OFF

Firing Error

OFF

Yay’s crosshair settings may be simple without center dot opacity nor outer line opacity, but it’s powerful enough. You can try adding some outlines if the crosshair blends in a lot with the background. Or if you dislike this crosshair, check out the best Valorant crosshairs!

Yay Keybind Settings

Yay uses a Logitech G915 TKL keyboard that goes for around $200. It’s a lightspeed keyboard meaning yay won’t suffer from keyboard latency for all his key bind needs. So next we’ll see the yay Valorant settings behind his key bindings.

Walk

Left Shift

Crouch

C

Jump

Left Ctrl / Mouse Wheel Down

Use Object

F

Equip Primary Weapon

1

Equip Secondary Weapon

2

Equip Melee Weapon

3

Equip Spike

4

Use / Equip Ability: 1

Mouse 5

Use / Equip Ability: 2

Z

Use / Equip Ability: 3

V

Use / Equip Ability: Ultimate

X

Yay’s Valorant key binds are a bit weird. Except for equipping his Vandal or Phantom and other weapons, yay has almost changed every key bind to something else. The most noticeable are yay’s abilities and how he jumps on Left CTRL!

Yay Map Settings

Next let’s check out the yay Valorant settings behind his minimap. He uses a rather big map to see his enemies. The map region names are also turned on for probably when OpTic Gaming tells yay information through callouts!

Rotate

Rotate

Fixed Orientation

Based On Side

Keep Player Centered

ON

Minimap Size

1.2

Minimap Zoom

0.65

Minimap Vision Cones

OFF

Show Map Region Names

Always

These yay Valorant settings have been all weird so far. But that’s what makes him and his preferences a pro. If this minimap doesn’t suit your needs, check out the best Valorant map settings!

Yay Video Settings

For last we’ll see yay’s Valorant Video settings. He uses a BenQ ZOWIE XL2546 240Hz monitor that goes for the price of around $400. You can copy yay’s Valorant Video settings, but do note to achieve his speed preference, you’ll need a 240Hz monitor. So here are yay’s Valorant General Video settings:

Display

Fullscreen

Resolution

1920x1080

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Aspect Ratio Method

Letterbox

Frame Rate Limit

Unlocked

If you have a low-end PC, then yay’s Graphics Quality settings may not be right for you. Albeit his settings are mostly set to low, there are some options that yay keeps turned on which may affect performance. Here are yay’s Valorant Graphics Quality Video settings:


Multithreaded Rendering

ON

Material Quality

Low

Texture Quality

Low

Detail Quality

Low

UI Quality

Med

Vignette

ON

VSync

OFF

Anti-Aliasing

MSAA 4x

Anisotropic Filtering

4x

Improve Clarity

ON

Experimental Sharpening

Unknown

Bloom

ON

Distortion

OFF

Cast Shadows

OFF

And that’s everything you need to know about Valorant yay’s settings. Lots of former CS: GO players have the weirdest settings when it comes to Valorant, but that’s why they’re the best. So if you wanted to check out another player’s settings, definitely go with Shroud’s Valorant settings!



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