Out of all the Valorant pros and streamers, Boaster is probably the funniest of them all. Not only are some of his commentaries and stream acts hilarious, but he can also be quite expressive during LANs.
Aside from being funny, Boaster is also incredibly skilled. He is a smart player with great reflexes and awesome plays.
If you want to emulate his skills and finesse, the first thing that you ought to do is take a look at his settings. It can give you a lot of information like how he uses settings relative to his equipment, what a comfortable look and feel is for a pro, and if higher graphic quality also means better play.
In this article, we’ve gathered Boaster’s Valorant sensitivity & settings for you to copy. This could allow you to assess the best custom settings for your needs.
|Settings Name||Boaster Mouse Settings|
|Polling Rate Hz||1000|
It seems like a lot of pros prefer low DPI which is compensated by relatively high sensitivity. We reckon it’s because of the quick response along with the precision control that it gives.
However, you must also take note that Boaster, and almost all pros nowadays, use a wireless mouse. Usually, a wireless mouse will have lower sensors than a wired mouse.
Remember to adjust your mouse settings according to your device and comfort levels rather than just simply copying the settings of your favorite pros.
|Settings Name||Boaster Key Bindings|
|Equip Primary Weapon||1|
|Equip Secondary Weapon||2|
|Equip Melee Weapon||3|
|Use/Equip Ability: 1||Q|
|Use/Equip Ability: 2||E|
|Use/Equip Ability: 3||C|
|Use/Equip Ability: Ultimate||X|
|Settings Name||Boaster Crosshair Settings|
|Center Dot Opacity||0|
|Center Dot Thickness||1|
|Show Inner Lines||On|
|Inner Line Opacity||1|
|Inner Line Length||6|
|Inner Line Thickness||2|
|Inner Line Offset||2|
|Fade Crosshair with Firing Error||On|
|Show Spectated Player’s Crosshair||Off|
Boaster’s crosshair is quite interesting, and definitely one of the more unique ones we’ve seen. He enables both inner lines and outer lines and the result is a thick crosshair.
Relative to the color grading of Valorant, the size, and color of Boaster’s crosshair is quite good because no matter the setting or background, you’ll be able to see the crosshair. It’s even more obvious because Boaster opts for a purple highlight for his enemies.
The only issue with Boaster’s crosshair settings is its arguably awkward size. A lot of players like seeing the heads of their target enemies instead of a really big crosshair, and this might also be an issue for you.
|Settings Name||Boaster Video Settings|
|Resolution||1920×1080, 16:9 ratio|
|Aspect Ratio Method||Fill|
Compared to other Valorant pros like FNS, Boaster doesn’t turn his anti-aliasing off. Even though he sets the rest of the graphic settings on low, the lines and textures in his game are still a bit better. This is all thanks to anti-aliasing.
Anti-aliasing is what converts jagged pixels into smooth lines. There are a couple of anti-aliasing options that give different results and MSAA or “multi-sampling anti-aliasing” is one of them. What makes MSAA a bit different is that it only renders the triangle edges and not the entire image.
We reckon this feature is particularly helpful for one-tapping enemies who come out in corners and for fraggers like Boaster.
|Settings Name||Boaster Map Settings|
|Rotate||Rotate/Based on Side|
|Fixed Orientation||Always the same|
|Keep Player Centered||Off|
|Mini Map Size||1.1|
|Mini Map Zoom||0.9|
|Mini Map Vision Cones||On|
|Show Map Region Names||Always|
PC & Peripherals
Boaster is an AMD supporter who uses Ryzen 9 5950X coupled with a Radeon RX 6900 XT for his GPU. For his screen, he has the ever-reliable BenQ ZOWIE XL2546. Boaster also uses a wireless Logitech G Pro X Superlight White. He has two team-brand-sponsored peripherals which are the Fnatic MiniSTREAK mechanical gaming keyboard and the Fnatic REACT+ wired gaming headset.