Valorant Crashies Settings: Gear, Mouse Sensitivity, Crosshairs, Hotkeys, Graphics, Video Settings

Take a look at Valorant settings from OpTic Gaming, one of the most impactful and important mastermind starters, Crashies.

Austin “crashes” Roberts is an American professional VALORANT player, currently playing for OpTic Gaming. He started his esports career in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, where he mostly played in Tier 2 and Tier 3 tournaments before retiring to join the Valorant wagon.

He got his start in Valorant through T1, which he left in September 2020 to join Envy, now known as OpTic gaming. Since joining the Envy, Crashies has gained great fame due to his skill and resilience. And since the start of 2022, he and his teammates have dominated the competitive scene in Valorant.

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Crash equipment

Game settings Crashies Valorant

Mouse Settings

  • Mouse DPI – 800
  • In-Game Sensitivity – 0.25
  • eDPI– 200
  • Range Sensitivity – 0.875
  • Polling rate – 1000

Crashies Valorant Crosshair Settings

  • Reticle color: Green
  • Centre-Point: Stopped
  • Broad outlines: Stopped
  • Interior lines: On
    • Inner opacity: 1
    • Inner line length: 4
    • Inner Line Thickness: 2
    • InnerLine Offset: 2
  • Outside lines: Stopped

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Valorant Keybind Crashes

  • On: L-Ctrl
  • Crouch: Shift L
  • Jump: Space
  • Use Item: F
  • Main weapon: 1
  • Secondary weapon: 2
  • Melee weapon: 3
  • Equip Tip: 4
  • Ability 1: E
  • Use Ability 2: Q
  • Ability 3: C
  • Use ultimate ability: X

Crashies Video Settings

  • General
    • Display – Full Screen
    • Resolution – 1920 x 1080
    • Frame Rate Limit – Unlocked
  • Graphics settings
    • Multi-threaded rendering: enabled
    • Material Quality – Low
    • Texture quality – low
    • Detail Quality – Low
    • UI Quality – Low
    • Thumbnail – enabled
    • VSync – Disabled
    • Antialiasing – MSAA 4x
    • Anisotropic filtering – 8x
    • Improve Clarity – On
    • Flowering – Walk
    • Distortion – On
    • Cast Shadows – Enabled

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By the way, don’t forget to watch Crashies live on his contraction channel.

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