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Its_Iron, or simply known as “Iron”, is a 1993-born American Warzone Twitch streamer and YouTube content creator.

If you have clicked onto this article, you’re likely to already know about Iron and how good he is at Warzone. If you didn’t already know just how good he is, his win percentage hovers around the 50% mark — despite playing lots of solos.

Yes, he wins nearly half of his matches despite the lobby being full of up to 149 other players all fighting for victory for themselves.

In this article, we will take a look at the Iron Warzone sensitivity and keyboard settings.

After that, we’ll explore the gaming equipment and accessories that he uses on a daily basis to complement his evident talent.

Iron’s Settings


Setting NameIron’s Keybinds
UseMouse Button 4
Crouch/SlideLeft Alt
Change Stance/SlideNot Bound
Sprint/Tactical Sprint/Steady AimLeft Shift
Weapon MountZ
Alternate FireNot Bound
Melee/Finishing MoveQ
Use Lethal EquipmentSpace Bar
Use Tactical EquipmentMiddle Mouse Button
Use Field UpgradeR
Use Armor Plate2

Sens & Other Settings

Setting NameIron’s Mouse Settings
Polling Rate1000Hz
Mouse Sensitivity7.50
Vertical Sensitivity Multiplier1.00
ADS Mouse SensitivityRelative
ADS Sens. Multiplier (Low Zoom)0.52
ADS Sens. Multiplier (High Zoom)1.05 (HDR), 0.83 (Kar98), 0.84 (SPR)
ADS Sens. Transition TimingInstant
Monitor Distance Coefficient1.78
Invert Mouse LookDisabled
Mouse Acceleration0.00
Mouse Filtering0.00
Mouse SmoothingDisabled

The first thing that stands the most out of Iron’s settings is Iron’s sens. He plays on 7.5, which is pretty high for a player of his calibre, but this is balanced out with a low DPI. Overall, Iron plays on a low effective DPI (eDPI).

Now that you know his settings, let’s take a look at his setup.


At the moment, Iron makes use of the TKL (tenkeyless) version of the Logitech G PRO Mechanical Gaming keyboard.

Unlike many other streamers and pro Warzone players, when not using his keyboard, Iron also likes to make use of a gaming keypad. Currently, he makes use of the Periloot Caravel Mechanical Gaming Keypad, which is a 24-button keypad with Cherry MX switches – 21 of which are browns and 3 clears for the thumb.


Besides a great gaming keyboard, you also need a performing mouse. Iron is currently making use of the Razer Viper Ultimate, which also made the final selection in our best gaming mice guide.

The mouse itself is wireless. Despite that, it is truly amazing in terms of performance. It’s also worth mentioning that the battery life on this mouse is the biggest we’ve ever seen – reaching upwards of 70 hours.


To get the most out of the Razer Viper Ultimate, Iron’s mouse pad of choice is the Logitech G840 XL.

The mouse pad measures ‎0.11″ (H) x 35.43″ (L) x 15.74″ (W), leaving you with plenty of space, regardless of how low your sensitivity might be.


As for his monitor, Iron currently uses the absolutely incredible Alienware AW2721D. It is easily amongst one of the best 1440p gaming monitors on the market today.


Its_Iron is currently using the Sony WH-1000XM4, which is an incredible noise-canceling headset.


Like most streamers and pro Warzone players, Iron has also invested over $1,000 in the Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody. This chair is deemed to be one of the most comfortable chairs on the market today.

And, as someone who streams and games a lot, it is important to sit on a chair that will benefit your posture and overall health in the long run.


Like Symfuhny, and Scump, Iron has also gone for the community’s favorite Shure SM7B. Overall, it is a great gaming and streaming microphone, which you can get for around $400 at the time of writing.