Stewie2K Valorant Sensitivity & Settings

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One of CSGO’s biggest names is Stewie2K – a decorated North American player and major winner. Despite being in the Counter Strike scene as a relative newbie, Stewie2K found himself in huge success shortly after.

Stewie2K is arguably one of the best to ever play the game, and I’d wager, he’d be good at any first-person shooter game that he sets his mind to play. That includes Valorant.

Indeed, Stewie2K has been streaming Valorant ever since his retirement from the CSGO scene. It has honestly been a treat to watch him apply all those skills and provide us with quality gameplay.

If you’re curious how a decorated CSGO pro likes to play Valorant, look no further! I’ve researched and compiled all that you need to know for Stewie2K Valorant sensitivity & settings. I’ve also inserted some possible explanations as to why he does what he does to hopefully give you a better idea of how to set up your own game.

Stewie2K Valorant Video Settings

Settings NameStewie2K Video Settings
Limit FPS on BatteryOn
Max FPS on Batter60.0
Limit FPS in MenusOn
Max FPS in Menus144.0
Limit FPS in BackgroundOn
Max FPS in Background30.0
Limit FPS AlwaysOff
Max FPS Always500.0
Nvidia Reflex Low LatencyOn + Boost
Multithreaded RenderingOn
Material QualityLow
Texture QualityLow
Detail QualityLow
UI QualityLow
VignetteOff
VSyncOff
Anti-aliasingNone
Anisotropic Filtering1x
Improve ClarityOff
BloomOff
DistortionOff
Cast ShadowsOff
Resolution1920×960, 4:3 ratio
Aspect Ratio MethodLetterbox
Display ModeFullscreen

Stewie2K is probably the only streamer that went to the extremely “low-end” of aspect ratios by using 4:3. If you’ve read my How to Change FOV in CSGO article, you’ll see that lowering your ratio actually decreases your field of vision.

While this doesn’t apply to Valorant, still, why does Stewie2K do it?

Unlike CSGO, your FOV will never change in Valorant. It’ll just stretch out.

For one, Stewie2K is a seasoned professional player who knows his limits and capacity. Second, decreasing your aspect ratio actually improves framerate because the computer will render fewer images.

Personally, changing your aspect ratio should be your final option when you want to increase your FPS in Valorant. There are better methods that wouldn’t heavily affect visuals. After all, being comfortable in what you see is also incredibly important in playing the game.

Stewie2K Valorant Crosshair Settings

Settings NameStewie2K Crosshair Settings
Crosshair ColorCyan
OutlinesOff
Center DotOff
Center Dot Opacity0
Center Dot Thickness1
Show Inner LinesOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length3
Inner Line Thickness2
Inner Line Offset1
Fade Crosshair with Firing ErrorOff
Show Spectated Player’s CrosshairOff
Movement ErrorOff
Firing ErrorOff

Unsurprisingly, Stewie2K’s crosshair in Valorant looks similar to his crosshair in CSGO. He likes using small-ish crosshair in cyan.

Stewie2K Valorant Mouse Settings

Settings NameStewie2K Mouse Settings
Sensitivity0.585
DPI450
Polling Rate Hz1000
Scope Sensitivity1.2
eDPI234
Windows Sensitivity 6

Like most first-person shooter players, Stewie2K likes his mouse with extremely low DPI relative to the average mouse DPI of 1600.

Just as Bumpaah explained, too high of a DPI will lower your accuracy. While a lower DPI will feel “heavier” initially, once you get used to it, expect better gameplay and precision.

Stewie2K Valorant Keybind Settings

Settings NameStewie2K Key Bindings
WalkL-shift
CrouchL-ctrl
JumpSpace Bar
Use ObjectF
Equip Primary Weapon1
Equip Secondary Weapon 2
Equip Melee Weapon 3
Equip Spike4
Use/Equip Ability: 1C
Use/Equip Ability: 2Q
Use/Equip Ability: 3E
Use/Equip Ability: UltimateMouse 5

Stewie2K Valorant Mini Map Settings

Settings NameStewie2K Map Settings
RotateRotate
Fixed OrientationBased on Side
Keep Player CenteredOff
Mini Map Size1.2
Mini Map Zoom1
Mini Map Vision ConesOn
Show Map Region NamesAlways

Stewie2K Gaming PC

Stewie’s processor is an Intel Core i9-9900K while his graphics card is an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super. While he’s sponsored by Acer Predator and LG UltraGear, his peripherals are mostly Logitech, a HyperX Cloud II for his headset, and a BenQ Zowie XL2546K as his monitor.

You may be surprised to find that Stewie2K’s PC, while still relatively high-end, isn’t the best PC that money can buy. However, what he has is more than enough to play the games that he loves and that’s what’s most important.

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