Image
Hiko is a professional Valorant player and streamer for 100 Thieves | Photo from Twitter @Hiko
Full NameSpencer Martin
Age32
Date of BirthMarch 6, 1990
NationalityUnited States
AliasesHiko
Team100 Thieves
Twitch Followers1.7 Million
Hiko Bio

Who is Hiko?

Spencer “Hiko” Martin is a former professional Valorant player and is currently a streamer for 100 Thieves. Hiko rose to fame as a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player for Cloud9 and Team Liquid before switching to Valorant.

The 32-year-old veteran retired from competitive gameplay back in April 2022. He mentioned that he will focus on streaming on Twitch instead.

He was part of the Team Liquid squad that placed second back in the ESL One Cologne 2016. Hiko played alongside Shroud and N0thing in Cloud9’s CS: GO roster.

The CS: GO veteran is famous for his flick shots. He cemented his name as a person with “inhuman reactions” after a 180 flick headshot against Christopher Alesund back in the 2014 ESL Cologne quarter-finals.

His reaction time is still present and is evident with his insane shots in Valorant.

Hiko Valorant Settings

Hiko streams Valorant regularly to more than 1.7 million followers on Twitch. His legendary status in Counter-Strike followed him to Valorant.

His impressive shots are a beauty to watch and if you constantly visit his stream, you might be interested to know his settings.

That being said, here are Hiko’s Valorant settings.

Hiko Mouse Settings

Hiko uses the FinalMouse Starlight-12 mouse. It is the perfect mouse for Valorant because it is lightweight and easy to flick – perfect for a player with inhuman reactions.

DPI1600
Sensitivity0.36
eDPI576
Zoom Sensitivity1
Polling Rate1000Hz
Windows Sensitivity6
Raw Input BufferOn
Hiko Valorant Mouse Settings

Hiko Crosshair Settings

Hiko knows that a small and precise crosshair helps in spotting enemies easily. Like other Valorant professionals, he customized his crosshair based on his playstyle and preference.

ColorGreen
OutlinesOff
Center DotOn
Center Dot Opacity1
Center Dot Thickness1
Hiko Primary Crosshair Settings
Show Inner LineOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length2
Inner Line Thickness1
Inner Line Offset3
Movement ErrorOff
Firing ErrorOn
Firing Error Multiplier1
Hiko Inner Line Settings
Show Outer LinesOn
Outer Line Opacity1
Outer Line Length5
Outer Line Thickness2
OUter Line Offset4
Movement ErrorOff
Firing ErrorOff
Hiko Outer Line Settings

Hiko Valorant Keybinds

There is nothing special with Hiko’s Valorant key binds. It is almost the same with other Valorant players except for some ability keys. You may copy them, but it is better to play with key binds that you are comfortable with.

Walk
L-Shift
Crouch
L-Ctrl
Jump
Mouse Wheel Down
Use Object
F
Equip Primary Weapon
1
Equip Secondary Weapon
2
Equip Melee Weapon
3
Equip Spike
4
Use/Equip Ability: 1
C
Use/Equip Ability: 2
Q
Use/Equip Ability: 3
E
Use/Equip Ability: Ultimate
X
Hiko Valorant Keybinds

Hiko Map Settings

Valorant minimap is an essential tool to know what is happening around the arena. You may check it out to determine what is happening on one area or another.

Here are Hiko’s map settings.

RotateRotate
Fixed OrientationBased On Side
Keep Player CenteredOff
Minimap Size1.1
Minimap Zoom0.9
Minimap Vision ConesOn
Show Map Region NamesAlways
Hiko Map Settings

Hiko Valorant Video Settings

Hiko uses a mix of medium and low for his Valorant video graphics settings. This is to ensure that he is hitting more than 144fps or 240fps while playing the game.

In a game like Valorant, framerate is more important than graphics. The better the framerate, the faster you can see your enemies and it will make it easier for you to react.

Hiko also uses a unique resolution at 1680 x 1050 instead of the usual 1920 x 1080. This resolution feels a little stretched but it helps with reaching higher framerates.

Resolution1680×1050
Aspect Ratio16:10
Aspect Ratio MethodFill
Display ModeFull Screen
Multithreaded RenderingOn
Material QualityLow
Texture QualityLow
Detail QualityMedium
UI QualityMedium
VignetteOff
V-SyncOff
Anti-AliasingMSAA 2X
Anisotropic Filtering1x
Improve ClarityOn
Experimental SharpeningUnknown
BloomOff
DistortionOff
Cast ShadowsOn
Hiko Valorant Video Settings

Hiko Gaming PC Specs

Hiko uses the top-tier AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor because Valorant relies on the CPU to output high framerates. Using one of the fastest processors allows him to reach 300fps or more while playing Valorant.

The RTX 3090 is still the best in its class while the RAM and the motherboard he chose are totally excellent choices.

CPURyzen 9 5950X
Graphics CardNvidia GeForce RTX 3090
MemoryG.Skill Trident Z Royal 32GB DDR5 6000Mhz
MotherboardASUS ROG Strix X570-E
StorageUnknown
Power SupplyUnknown
CaseUnknown
Hiko Gaming PC specs

Hiko Streaming PC Specs

Hiko uses a separate computer to stream his games. The purpose of two computers to stream is to have smooth gameplay and live feed. There would be no stuttering, both for his Valorant gameplay and Twitch streams.

Otherwise, if he is using a single computer, the processor will take care of gaming and streaming and it might lead to stream inconsistencies.

Here are the specs of his streaming PC.

CPUIntel Core i9-10900K
Graphics CardASUS RTX 2080 Ti
MemoryG.Skill Trident Z 32GB DDR5
MotherboardASrock Z490 Extreme 4
StorageUnknown
Power SupplyUnknown
CaseNZXT H510i
Hiko Streaming PC specs

Hiko Gaming Peripherals

Hiko uses gaming peripherals that are lightweight, durable, and perfect for flick shots such as the Finalmouse Starlight 12. His other components are the best in its class too.

MonitorAlienware AW2521H
KeyboardRazer Blackwidow TE
Glorious GMMK TKL with Blue Switches
MouseFinalMouse Starlight -12
FinalMouse Starlight Phantom Small
MousepadBenQ Zowie G-SR-SE Hiko Edition
Esports Tiger LongTeng
HeadphonesJBL Quantum One
MicrophoneShure SM7B
CameraSony Alpha A7 III
Gaming ChairLogitech G x Herman Miller Embody
Hiko Gaming Peripherals

Wrapping Up

Hiko is a legend in CS:GO and now he is showing his skills in Valorant. He has an aim that is out of this world and despite formally retiring, the flick shots are still crisp as ever.

Go ahead and try out his settings. Do remember though that everything is still personal preference. What works with Hiko might not work for you.

Read More From Get On Stream:

Author

Aim is a content writer who loves playing Apex Legends and Dota 2. He also plays casual games such as Animal Crossing: New Horizons and Pokemon titles on his Nintendo Switch too. He sometimes streams on his Facebook Gaming page called Aimpossible.