TenZ Valorant settings: How to use the settings of a pro

July 7 2022

TenZ Valorant settings: How to use the settings of a pro
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VALORANT became one of the biggest games within just weeks of its release in 2020, bringing together FPS lovers from near and far.

Tyson “TenZ” Ngo, born in 2001 in Canada, is considered one of the best VALORANT pro players of today. He started his career by playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for Cloud9 before moving on to stream full-time, where he began playing the VALORANT Beta. He then went on to be the first-ever to reach the VALORANT rank, which has now been renamed to Radiant rank—the highest rank one can reach in the game. Soon after, he was snatched up and signed over to the Sentinels, where he has continued to wipe the floor together with the rest of his team.

Your game settings can truly change the course of the game; having one type of sensitivity instead of another can make or break your win. So, ready to dive into TenZ pro settings and get on the same level to win? Let’s get to it:

Mouse settings

Mouse: Finalmouse Starlight-12 (Hades)

Tenz valorant pro settings hades finalmouse

DPI - 800

In-game Sensitivity - 0.44

eDPI - 352

Scoped Sensitivity - 1.15

Polling Rate - 1000

Windows Sensitivity - 6

Crosshair settings

Color - Cyan

Inner Lines - 1 / 4 / 2 / 2

Outlines - Off

Outer Lines - 0 / 0 / 0 / 0

Center Dot - Off

Fade / Movement / Firing Error - Off / Off / Off

Key bindings

Keyboard: Xtrfy K4 TKL

Tenz valorant pro settings keyboard

Crouch - Left Ctrl

Walk - Left Shift

Jump - Mouse Wheel Down

Ability 1 - Mouse 4

Ability 2 - Mouse 5

Ability 3 - C

Ultimate Ability - F

Video settings

Graphics card: ASUS GeForce RTX 3090

Material Quality - Low

Anti-Aliasing - MSAA 2x

Detail Quality - Low

Anisotropic Filtering - 2x

Texture Quality - Low

Improve Clarity - Off

UI Quality - Low

Bloom - Off

Vignette - On

Distortion - Off

Vsync - Off

First Person Shadows - Off

Map settings

Rotate - Based on Side

Keep Player Centered - On

Minimap Size - 1.2

Minimap Zoom - 1

Minimap Vision Cones - On

Show Map Region Names - Always

TenZ is passionate about perfection, and he frequently changes his setup—and so should you! Try out different settings, see what works for you and find out what doesn’t work for you.

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