Aceu Valorant Settings [Controls, Graphics, & Audio]

Here are Aceu Valorant Settings featuring Graphics, Audio, Crosshair, General, Map, and other in-depth settings.

Aceu uses some of the simplest settings to get the most FPS out of the game. Since Valorant is all about speed and the perfect visuals, you can get a lot out of the settings used and tested by a Pro Valorant Player.

That said, most of the Aceu Valorant setting guides I came across on the web were not accurate at all. That is why our Aceu Valorant settings guide entails the official settings used by the sensational Aceu himself. Also, we recently did Aceu Apex Legends Settings, so if you are into Apex, make sure to go through them as well; these share a few similarities as well.

Key Takeaways

Summary of ACEU’s settings:

  • Aceu has a strong PC, with his monitor supporting 240 FPS and being able to handle harsh visual effects in the game.
  • He uses a green crosshair without any outlines, fades and firing error turned off.
  • He has a Sensitivity Aim of 0.47 with the scoped sensitivity multiplier set to 1.
  • The competitive graphics settings he uses encompass low presets with multithreading.

Related: Valorant Tier List

Aceu’s Valorant Video Settings

All Video Settings Used By Aceu
Aceu Video Settings in Valorant

Like most Pro players, Aceu’s display settings are set to get the most FPS possible in Valorant. He has the BNQ7F52 monitor, which supports 240 fps and is 16:9. His resolution is not set to the fullest possible for the monitor but is optimized for most FPS possible. 

These are the complete video settings for Valorant used by the pro player Aceu himself:

Display Mode: Fullscreen
Resolution: 1,920 x 1,080 16:9 (240Hz)
Monitor: 1. BNQ7F52 (3840 x 2160 16:9)
Aspect Ratio Method: Letterbox
Limit FPS on Battery: Off
Max FPS on Battery: 300.0
Limit FPS in Menus: On
Max FPS in Menus: 144.0
Limit FPS in Background: Off
Max FPS in Background: 300.0
Limit FPS Always: Off
Max FPS Always: 500.0
NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency: On + Boost

Aceu’s Valorant Graphics Settings

Aceu’s graphics settings, just like the display settings, are optimized for most FPS possible. Most articles on the web claim that Aceu has his graphic settings set to high, but that’s false, according to what he revealed in one of his Twitch streams. All the settings are kept off or low except for two.

A Similar Read: Apex Legends Genburten Settings

Multithreaded Rendering: On
Material Quality: Low
Texture Quality: Low
Detail Quality: Low
UI Quality: Low
Vignette: Off
VSync: Off
Anti-Aliasing: None
Anisotropic Filtering: 16x
Improve Clarity: On
[BETA] Experimental Sharpening: Off
Bloom: Off
Distortion: Off
Cast Shadows: Off

Stats Settings

These settings aren’t paid as much attention to as the other two above, but they are just as important. In Valorant, Aceu only has three settings set to Text Only, and the rest are set to Hide. The three enabled can be very useful during the game.

Client FPS: Text Only
Server Tick Rate: Hide
Total Frame Time: Hide
Idle Time: Hide
CPU (Game) Time: Hide
CPU (Render) Time: Hide
CPU (RHD) Time: Hide
Network Round Trip Time: Text Only
Packet Loss: Text Only
Game to Render Latency: Hide
Game Latency: Hide
Render Latency: Hide

Read our Valorant Crashing guide if you are experiencing frequent crashes while playing the game. We have provided solutions for all the errors, and our guide is current with the errors from the 2024 updates.

Aceu’s Valorant Crosshair Settings

Here are the most wanted Aceu Crosshair settings in Valorant.

Crosshair Settings Used by Aceu in Valorant
Aceu Crosshair Settings In Valorant

General Crosshair Settings 

Aceu uses very sleek crosshair settings in Valorant. Like most pros, you will find these settings to be as little screen-taking as possible while maintaining great visibility. He uses a green crosshair color, the most visible color of all available colors. He has his outlines set to Off, the best option in Volarot for most players. The rest of his crosshair settings are set as given below.

Crosshair Color: Green
Outlines: Off
Outline Opacity: 0
Outline Thickness: 1
Center Dot: Off
Center Dot Opacity: 1
Center Dot Thickness: 1
Fade Crosshair With Firing Error: Off
Show Spectated Player’s Crosshair: On
Disable Crosshair: Off

Inner Lines Settings

Aceu has his Inner line settings set to very thin in Valorant, almost close to a dot crosshair. You will notice how small his crosshair is when you watch him play next time.  

Show Inner Lines: Off
Inner Line Opacity 0
Inner Line Length: 1
Inner Line Thickness: 2
Inner Line Offset: 0
Movement Error: Off
Firing Error: Off

Outer Lines Settings

The outer line settings are really up to one’s play style. But the Outer Line settings Aceu has in Valorant are given below.

Outer Line Opacity: 1
Outer Line Length: 3
Outer Line Thickness: 1
Outer Line Offset: 1
Movement Error: Off
Firing Error: Off

Aceu’s Valorant General Settings

The general has some of the most important settings in Valorant, the general settings used by Aceu are given below.

General Settings Used by Aceu in Valorant
Aceu General Settings In Valorant

Mouse Settings

Aceu’s mouse settings in Valortant are the following. His Aim sensitivity is set to 0.47, which is great for the crosshair he uses. Then the scope sensitivity is 1. All in all, you can try out these settings and see how it works with your mouse.

Sensitivity: Aim: 0.47
Scoped Sensitivity Multiplier: 1
Invert Mouse: Off

Map Settings

Aceu has these settings set as most other Pro Valorant Players with slight tweaks. It’s worth copying these practically useful settings to improve your overall game.

More From Exputer: Shroud Valorant Settings

Rotate: Rotate
Orientation Fixed: N/A
Keep Player Centered: Off
Minimap Size: 1.065
Minimap Zoom: 0.873
Minimap Vision Cones: On
Show Map Region Names: Always

Aceu’s Valorant Controls Settings

The controls and key mappings used by the pro player Aceu himself in Valorant are below.

Best Control Settings For Fps Games
Aceu Control Settings In Valorant

Movement Control Setting

These are the key binds settings that Aceu uses. They are the go-to settings in Valorant. Along with the controls are other settings, such as the Default Movement Mode or Toggle Walk.

Forward: W
Back: S
Strafe Left: A
Strafe Right: D
Default Movement Mode: Run
Walk: Left Shift
Toggle Walk: Off
Jump: Space Bar & Mouse Wheel Down
Crouch: Left Ctrl
Toggle Crouch: Off
Fly Up: Space Bar
Fly Down: Left Ctrl

Equipment Settings

These are the equipment settings that Aceu uses while playing Valorant. These settings are fairly similar to what most players would use for Valorant. Besides his mappings, Aceu uses Toggle for Snipper Aim Mode and Cycle for Operator Zoom. 

Fire: Left Mouse Button
Alternate Fire: Right Mouse Button
Toggle Zoom Level: N/A
Aim Down Sights: Hold
Sniper Rifle Aim: Toggle
Operator Zoom: Cycle
Auto Re-enter Scope: Off
Reload: R
Equip Primary Weapon: 1
Equip Secondary Weapon: 2
Equip Melee Weapon: 3
Equip Spike: 4
Cycle to Next Weapon: N/A
Cycle to Previous Weapon: N/A
Drop Equipped Item: G

Interface Control Settings

The Interface settings that Aceu uses are given below. These settings aren’t anything special, just some button mappings. Again, just like the other key binds settings are dependent on personal preference.

Related Reads: Sick Valorant Settings

Show Teammate Loadouts (Hold): Left Alt
Toggle Menus: Escape
Combat Report: N
Agent Ability Tooltip: F1
Open Armory: B
Open Map (Toggle): M
Open Map (Hold): Caps Lock
Show Scoreboard (Hold): Tab
Toggle Cursor: Middle Mouse Button

Aceu’s Valorant Audio Settings

Down below are the important Audio settings used by Aceu in Valorant.

Best Audio Settings FPS Games
Aceu Audio Settings In Valorant

Sound Settings

Aceu has the top four settings for sound at max, then the two below them, mainly music settings, turned off. The agent music is set to about 80% or so, and then the two music settings below it are off. Lastly, he uses stereo speakers.

Master Volume: On – 100%
Sound Effects Volume: On – 100%
Voice-over Volume: On – 100%
Video Volume: On – 100%
All Music Master Volume: Off – 0%
Menu And Lobby Music Volume: Off – 0% 
Agent Select Music Volume: On – about 80%
VOIP Ducks Music: Unchecked 
Mute Music When Game Window Out Of Focus: Unchecked
Speaker Configuration: Stereo

Final Verdict

We took Aceu’s valorant settings mentioned above from Aceu’s Twitch Stream. So rest assured, these settings are the official ones, unlike what you will often come across. With all that being said, having these settings will help you improve the game.

But if you want even better and more customized settings to get your game to the next level. Then make sure to check our detailed Best Valorant Settings guide. Don’t get us wrong, there is nothing wrong with following a pro player’s settings, but it’s more customized for their playstyle, and all of us have different playstyles. That’s why following our detailed guide will help you be a much better player than you already are. 

Improve Your Gaming Skills
eXputer now provides players with personalized Valorant coaching sessions with professional eSports players, where they can improve their skills and level up their game. So, what are you waiting for? Head on over and book your session.
Did you find this helpful? Leave feedback below.

Thanks! Do share your feedback with us. ⚡

How can we make this post better? Your help would be appreciated. ✍

Subscribe to our newsletter and get up-to-speed gaming updates delivered to your inbox.

We don’t spam! Read more in our privacy policy.

Subscribe to our newsletter and get up-to-speed gaming updates delivered to your inbox.

We don’t spam! Read more in our privacy policy.


Moiz Banoori is the brains behind eXputer. Having worked at various Video Game sites, with 8 years of Content Writing Experience and a Journalism Degree at hand, he presently monitors teams, creates strategies, and publishes qualified pieces through his aptitude at eXputer. Feel free to get in touch with him through his gaming profile on Steam and PSN.

Experience: 8+ Years || Manages Teams, Creates Strategies, and Publishes Guides on eXputer || Education: Bachelors in Journalism.

Related Articles

Join Our Community

Enjoyed this article? Discuss the latest gaming news, get expert help with guides and errors, and chat about all things gaming on eXputer Forums and Discord Server. Connect with fellow gamers who share your passion by becoming a part of eXputer's community.