FaZe Swagg is a streamer and content creator for FaZe Clan | Photo from Twitter @Swagg
Full NameKris Lamberson
Age26
Date of BirthMay 14, 1996
NationalityUnited States
AliasesSwagg | PrinceLightSkin | SwaggXBL | Doozy
TeamFaZe Clan
Twitch Followers2.1 Million
Swagg Bio

Who Is Swagg?

Kris “Swagg” Lamberson is a popular Call of Duty: Warzone streamer and a content creator for Faze Clan. He started playing Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 10 years ago, and now, he is considered an expert in the franchise.

He first started with YouTube – showing off to people for fun. Several years after, he has amassed 2.54 million subscribers.

According to Swagg, he got his name from the hip hop group “Cali Swag District” which he is a huge fan of.

Swagg is a partner of multiple companies such as MSI, Corona, GFuel Energy Formula, NZXT, and Scuf Gaming.

Swagg Warzone Video Settings

Field of View120
ADS Field of ViewAffected
Brightness50
Horizontal HUD Bounds100.00
Vertical HUD Bounds100.00
Colorblind TypeDisabled
Colorblind TargetInterface
Mini Map ShapeSquare
Mini Map RotationEnabled
General Settings
Display ModeFullscreen
Display MonitorMSI G273Q
Display AdapterNvidia GeForce RTX 3090
Screen Refresh Rate165
Render Resolution100
Aspect RatioAutomatic
Sync Every Frame (V-Sync)Disabled
Custom Framerate LimitCustom
Nvidia HighlightsDisabled
Nvidia Reflex Low LatencyEnabled + Boost
Display Gamma2.2 (sRGB)
Display Settings
Streaming QualityNormal
Texture ResolutionHigh
Texture Filter AnisotropicHigh
Particle QualityHigh
Bullet Impact and SpraysEnabled
TessellationDisabled
On-Demand Texture StreamingHigh Quality
Details and Texture
Shadow Map ResolutionNormal
Cache Spot ShadowsDisabled
Cache Sun ShadowsDisabled
Particle LightingLow
DirectX RaytracingDisabled
Ambient OcclusionDisabled
Shadows and Lighting
Filmic Strength0.00
Nvidia DLSSDisabled
Anti-AliasingSMAA 1X
Depth of FieldDisabled
World Motion BlurDisabled
Weapon Motion BlurDisabled
Film Grain0.00
Dynamic ResolutionDisabled
Post Processing Effects

Swagg has pretty much all his settings at high. Considering the graphics card that he uses is the best one out there, there is no problem. He can easily run Warzone at 1080p, 1440p, or even at 4K. Though 4K would be a stretch when it comes to reaching high frame rates.

One thing that he highlighted was he hates motion blur. He suggested that you should do it too. Enabling motion blur, as the name implies, blurs your screen and this is not ideal for a shooting game like Warzone. Any kind of vision impediment would be detrimental to you and will not help you secure your kills.

Swagg Controller Settings

BR Button LayoutTactical
Stick Layout PresetDefault
Invert Vertical LookDisabled
Deadzone0.05
Horizontal Stick SensitivityHigh (7)
Vertical Stick SensitivityHigh (7)
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom)0.90
ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom)1.00
Aim Response Curve TypeDynamic
Controller VibrationDisabled
Controller
Aim AssistStandard
Scale Aim Assist with FOVDisabled
Weapon Mount ActivationADS + Melee
Weapon Mount Movement ExitEnabled
Aim Down Sight BehaviorHold
Steady Aim BehaviorHold
Equipment BehaviorHold
Use/Reload BehaviorContextual Tap
Depleted Ammo Weapon SwitchEnabled
Armor Plate BehaviorApply All
Weapons
Slide BehaviorTap
Auto Move ForwardDisabled
Automatic SprintAutomatic Tactical Sprint
Vehicle Camera RecenterEnabled
Parachute Auto-DeployDisabled
Movement

Swagg is using high sensitivity settings (7-7) for quicker movement and aiming. His deadzone is set to low because his controller has no stick drift. But if yours do, feel free to increase it accordingly until it stabilizes.

Like other professional Warzone players, Swagg has his Armor Plate behavior to “Apply All”. This allows you to press a key and you will change your plates continuously, saving you time.

Other notable settings are his ADS, which is set to hold. Compared to toggling, holding your button makes it quicker to switch between hip fire and ADS.

His movement settings are also set that way to prioritize swift movement. The automatic sprint, in particular, greatly helps when you need to move from one place to another quickly without pressing a button.

Swagg Gaming PC Specs

CPUIntel Core i9-12900K
Graphics CardNvidia GeForce RTX 3090 24GB version
Memory32GB G.Skill Trident Z RGB Memory 6000MHz CL36
MotherboardASUS ROG Strix Z690-E DDR5 Motherboard
StorageSamsung 970 EVO Plus 2TB m.2 drive
Seagate Barracuda 4TB hard drive
Power Supply1000W 80+ Gold Power Supply
CaseLian Li 011 Dynamic Razer Edition
CoolingNZXT Kraken Z73
Lian Li Uni Fans Triple Pack
ExtrasLian Li Strimmer Plus
rticount + PCIe 4.0 Riser Cable
Swagg Gaming PC

Swagg’s gaming PC is one of the best computers available right now. It has the i9-12900K and the RTX 3090 with 24GB of VRAM. It is partnered with other top-tier components.

According to Swagg, this PC was new because his previous gaming PC broke down right before a tournament.

Swagg Streaming PC Specs

CPURyzen 9 5950X
Graphics CardASUS ROG Strix GeForce RTX 2080 Ti (Possibly AMD 6900 XT or RTX 3090)
Memory32GB G.Skill Trident Z Royal
MotherboardASUS ROG X570 Crosshair VIII Hero
StorageSamsung 970 EVO Plus 2TB m.2 drive
Seagate Barracuda 4TB hard drive
Power SupplyEVGA Supernova G5 Gold 850W
CaseNZXT H710i Black
CoolingNZXT Kraken Z73
NZXT AER RGB 140mm Kit
Swagg Streaming PC

Swagg uses a different PC for streaming. His streaming PC has loaded specs and is comparable to his gaming PC when it comes to performance.

A dual PC streaming setup provides an advantage such as smoother gameplay and lag-free streaming quality.

If you are interested in setting up one, check out our guide here.

Swagg Gaming Peripherals

ControllerScuf Impact Swagg 1 Million LE with two paddles.
Thumb GripsKontrolFreeks with a higher right stick
MonitorASUS ROG Strix XG27AQM 27″ 1440p 270Hz 0.5ms
HeadsetHyper X Cloud II
Mouse PadSteelSeries Qck FaZe Clan Edition
MouseLogitech G203
MicrophoneShure SM7B
KeyboardSteelSeries Apex Pro TKL
MixerTC-Helicon GoXLR
CameraSony Alpha A6400
LensSony FE 28mm f/2 lens
ChairMavix M7 Black
Swagg Gaming Peripherals

Swagg is partnered with Scuf Gaming and he is using a Scuf Impact controller with paddles on the back. He uses a regular grip but he did a challenge before where he played Claw Grip.

He mentioned that he does not play Claw because of the health hazards that it poses such as finger injury.

His Scuf controller has two paddles that are programmed to jump and melee.

That’s it! These are the gaming gear of Swagg. You may copy his peripherals but keep in mind that these gear come at a price.

Wrapping Up

Swagg is an insane Call of Duty: Warzone that can go for high-kill games regularly. These are his Warzone settings, gaming PC specs, and gaming peripherals. Have fun trying out his settings and let us know if it works well for you.

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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.