|Date Of Birth||02/09/1998|
Who is SicK?
Hunter “SicK” Mims is a professional Valorant player and streamer.
Initially a professional CS:GO player who was well known for his time with TSM and Misfits, he made the transition to Valorant in 2020 and would quickly make a name for himself.
He has consistently been able to perform well with his team, getting 1st place at major tournaments such as the VCT 2021 Reykjavik Masters and the JBL Quantum cup.
He is also a well-respected streamer, with his account having almost half a million followers, and being in the top 0.002% of streamers worldwide.
SicK Valorant Settings
Valorant is a precision shooter and every setting is important. Set one up the wrong way and it will affect your gameplay – sometimes for the worst.
If you’ve been watching SicK and want to try his settings, look no further.
SicK Mouse Settings
SicK uses a Logitech G900, a simple yet very effective mouse that’s well known. His settings have some notable differences, such as a lower Sensitivity and eDPi
|Raw Input Buffer||On|
SicK Crosshair Settings
Valorant has a lot of options when customizing crosshair. Small crosshairs are advantageous because it provides a better view of the enemy, but a larger crosshair can make it easier to visualize your line of fire
Here is what SicK uses for his Crosshair settings.
|Center Dot Opacity||1|
|Center Dot Thickness||1|
|Show Inner Line||On|
|Inner Line Opacity||1|
|Inner Line Length||3|
|Inner Line Thickness||2|
|Inner Line Offset||5|
|Firing Error Multiplier||N/A|
|Show Outer Lines||On|
SicK Valorant Keybinds
Valorant key binds vary from one player to another because not everyone has the same keyboard or even a keyboard layout. Luckily, the game has great customization that allows you to set whatever keys you want, letting you experiment with different settings.
Here are SicK’s keybinds if you want to try his settings.
|Equip Primary Weapon|
|Equip Secondary Weapon|
|Equip Melee Weapon|
|Use/Equip Ability: 1|
|Use/Equip Ability: 2|
|Use/Equip Ability: 3|
|Use/Equip Ability: Ultimate|
SicK Valorant Map Settings
Minimap settings in Valorant might be negligible for some. But for professionals, a fully optimized map is a part of the UI that provides information to the player. It shows what is happening on other locations on the map without actually being there, and is vital for allowing players to be able to gain the upper hand,
|Fixed Orientation||Based On Side|
|Keep Player Centered||Off|
|Minimap Vision Cones||On|
|Show Map Region Names||Always|
SicK Valorant Video Settings
SicK’s video settings are set to the lowest since it has no effect on the gameplay. He focuses more on having higher frame rates than better graphics quality. Even then Valorant was built with low-spec PCs in mind, meaning these settings will be useful to those with less powerful PCs.
|Aspect Ratio Method||Fill|
|Display Mode||Full Screen|
SicK Gaming PC Setup
As a professional player and streamer, SicK uses high-end components in his gaming PC. They are often the latest and greatest components available on the market, his NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 is one of the single most coveted Graphics Cards on the market. That paired up with an Intel Core i7-10700k, one of Intel’s finest processors is more than enough to satisfy any gamer’s needs.
|CPU||Intel Core i7-10700k|
|Graphics Card||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080|
SicK Gaming Peripherals
SicK uses some of the best peripherals available for Valorant. Here they are if you want to have them for yourself.
|Keyboard||HyperX Alloy FPS Pro|
|Headphones||HyperX Cloud II|
For any serious streamer, these peripherals are likely familiar, as they’re perhaps some of the best in the business, such as the ZOWIE XL2546 monitor, which is well respected for its video quality.
Aside from his mouse, SicK’s setup is the same as the rest of the sentinel team, as TenZ’s Peripherals (which you can read about here)
Now you know the exact settings SicK is using to dominate in Valorant. While switching your settings probably won’t make you as good as him, it might give you a boost in performance. Let us know how they perform for you.
While his equipment is certainly on the pricier side and buying all of it would be out of the question for most of us, anyone looking to become a serious streamer wouldn’t be in the wrong to buy one or two of them to boost their performance.
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