Are you interested in learning more about Stevesuptic’s Valorant settings and the devices he employs for his streaming setup?
Because so many people are interested in Stevesuptic’s Valorant settings, we’ve compiled a list of his crosshair, sensitivity, keybinds, and PC configuration (at least the ones we could find!).
Although keybinds and sensitivity are a matter of personal preference, Valorant may not respond to your changes as well as Stevesuptic did. But you can play around with Stevesuptic’s settings to find a configuration that suits you better.
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Stevesuptic Sensitivity / Mouse Settings:
|Polling Rate||1000||6 (Windows Pointer Speed)|
Stevesuptic Key bindings:
Stevesuptic Valorant Crosshair Settings:
|Outlines||OFF/ 1 / 1|
|Center Dot||OFF / 1 / 2|
|Inner Lines||ON / 1 / 4 / 2 / 0|
|Outer Lines||OFF / 0 / 0 / 0 / 0|
|Fade / Movement / Firing Error||OFF / OFF|
Stevesuptic Valorant Video Settings
|Nvidia Reflex||Enabled + Boost|
Stevesuptic Valorant Graphics Quality
|Material Quality||Med||Anti-Aliasing||MSAA 4x|
|Detail Quality||Med||Anisotropic Filtering||8x|
|Texture Quality||Med||Improve Clarity||Off|
|Vsync||Off||First Person Shadows||Off|
Stevesuptic Radar settings
|Rotate||Rotate / Based on Side|
|Keep Player Centered||Off|
|Minimap Vision Cones||On|
|Show Map Region Names||Always|
Using the settings recommended by the pros when starting a new game can be tempting. This won’t necessarily turn you into a pro, though. Finding what works best for you in terms of game settings is essential because everyone has different preferences.
You can then concentrate on improving your abilities and playing to your full potential.
Don’t forget to follow Stevesuptic on Twitch.