Tfue Apex Legends Sensitivity & Settings
While Turner Tenney, better known as Tfue, is more popular as a Fortnite streamer. When he did enter the battle royale scene, he broke through it in a flash. Apart from Call of Duty: Warzone, Tfue also streams Apex Legends and has even become one of the top streamers when he first explored the game.
Tfue’s streaming career has been quite colorful, maybe even controversial, to say the least; though we can’t deny that he’s very talented at what he does and he’s kind of fun to watch too!
What does it take to be a streamer of Tfue’s calibre? He literally has over a million followers and it seems like there’s no stopping his growth. He could also go pro if he chooses.
Maybe this article could answer a few things, maybe it could also give you a bit of insight, who knows? What we do know is that settings are an extremely important choice to make for streamers and pros alike, and it gives us an overview of how they think and what things are important to them.
In this article, we’re exploring Tfue’s Apex Legends sensitivity & settings. We also inserted a bit of short commentary for your reading pleasure.
Tfue Apex Legends Mouse Settings
|Settings Name||Tfue Mouse Settings|
Just a bit of story about Tfue’s preference, whether it’s mouse or controller, he did try taking out a controller on-stream and pointed out how broken the aim assist was on a controller.
To be honest, we don’t really agree with him since we do think controllers have more downsides than a mouse and keyboard, but that commentary also goes to show you why his preference is a mouse and keyboard.
Now onto his mouse sensitivity settings, it’s actually pretty heavy especially when compared to Sweetdreams and especially iiTzTimmy’s mouse DPI. Tfue compensates it with a higher than average mouse sensitivity.
Before you apply the same mouse settings as your favorite pros, make sure to take into account the actual mouse that you use. Tfue uses a Razer Viper which is totally different from the Logitech mice that Apex Legends pros have been using.
Tfue Apex Legends Keyboard Settings
|Settings Name||Tfue Keyboard Settings|
|Ultimate Ability||Mouse Button 5|
|Toggle Fire Mode||B|
|Aim Down Sight (Hold)||Right Click|
|Equip Weapon 1||1|
|Equip Weapon 2||2|
|Equip Survival Item||Y|
|Use Selected Health Item||4|
Tfue Apex Legends Video Settings
|Settings Name||Tfue Video Settings|
|Display Mode||Full Screen|
|Field of Vision||106|
|Field of View Ability Scaling||Disabled|
|Adaptive Resolution FPS||0|
|Texture Streaming Budget||High (4 GB VRAM)|
|Ambient Occlusion Quality||Disabled|
|Sun Shadow Coverage||High|
|Sun Shadow Detail||High|
|Spot Shadow Detail||High|
|Dynamic Spot Shadows||Enabled|
Tfue has the video settings of what one would expect from someone with a mid to high-end PC. If you’re in the same boat as he is, then by all means, apply these video settings. We think they’re pretty reasonable and nothing too insane, relative to the kind of hardware that you have.
Another thing we’d like to point out is “Texture Streaming Budget”, which Tfue has set “High (4GB VRAM)”. Contrary to its name, the setting is not actually about streaming but more about texture. The general recommendation is to have at least 8 GB of RAM for high settings and 16 GB for insane.
You can definitely opt to have it in very low, just like Mande and most Apex Legends streamers and pros. Cranking it down has been seen to improve performance by 6%. It may not be much, but it can be groundbreaking if you have a low-end PC.
Tfue Gaming PC
For Tfue’s CPU, he has an Intel Core i9-10900K. His GPU, on the other hand, is an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090 FTW3, EVGA brand. His RAM is a whopping Corsair Dominator Platinum 64GB while his SSD is 2TB. To support all that heat, Tfue uses an AIO from DeepCool. All of that is on an MSI MoBo MPG Z590.