Ardiis Valorant Settings

A guide that breaks down Ardiis's in-game settings for Valorant.

In the upper echelons of skill, you’ll find Valorant players like Ardis “ardiis” Svarenieks, a two-year veteran of Valorant and another three playing CS:GO professionally. He frequently mains Jett, KAY/O, and Chamber, though in the past Ardis made a name for himself using Sova. Ardiis has a very aggressive play style, so if that matches up with yours, here’s Ardiis’s Valorant settings for 2022 to complement.

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Ardiis’s Mouse Settings for Valorant

Ardiis uses a Logitech G Pro X Superlight mouse which has a reputation for being lightweight and an incredibly high DPI of 25,600, though Ardis uses only a fraction of that.

  • DPI: 800
  • Sensitivity: 0.295
  • Zoom Sensitivity: 1.14
  • Polling Rate/Hz: 1000
  • eDPI: 236
  • Windows Sensitivity: 6
  • Raw Input Buffer: On

Ardiis’s Keybind Settings for Valorant

For the most part, Ardiis uses the default keybindings in Valorant; however, a few notable changes are the abilities:

  • Walk: Left-Shift
  • Crouch: Left-Ctrl
  • Jump: Spacebar
  • Ability 1: V
  • Ability 2: Q
  • Ability 3: C
  • Ultimate: X
  • Use object: E
  • Equip Primary Weapon: 1
  • Equip Secondary Weapon: 2
  • Equip Melee: 3
  • Equip Spike: 4

Ardiis’s Crosshair Settings for Valorant

Ardiis has his crosshair set to the cyan, with notably thinner inner and outer lines. If that doesn’t work for you, check out how to change your crosshair color, along with all pro player crosshair codes in Valorant.

  • Color: Cyan
  • Outlines: Off
  • Center Dot: Off
  • Inner Lines: On/1/2/1/0/Off/Off
  • Outer Lines: On/2/1/1/Off/Off

Ardiis’s Map Settings for Valorant

  • Rotate: On
  • Fixed Orientation: Based on Side
  • Keep Player Centered: On
  • Minimap Size: 1.2
  • Minimap Zoom: 0.85
  • Minimap Vision Cones: On
  • Show Map Region Names: Always

Ardiis’s Video Settings for Valorant

It’s no surprise that Ardiis, like many other Valorant players, sets most of the in-game video settings very low:

  • Display Mode: Fullscreen
  • Resolution: 1920×1080
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9, Fill
  • Multithreaded Rendering: On
  • Material Quality: Low
  • Texture Quality: Low
  • Detail Quality: Low
  • UI Quality: Low
  • Vignette: Off
  • VSync: Off
  • Anti–Aliasing: MSAA 2x
  • Anisotropic Filtering: 2x
  • Improve Clarity: Off
  • Bloom: Off
  • First Person Shadows: Off
  • Distortion: Off

With that, we’ve covered everything to do with Ardiis’s Valorant settings in 2022. If you’ve put quite a bit of time into Valorant and want to try something new, Twinfinite has a curated list of 8 games like Valorant. Alternatively, newcomers should compare their PC with Valorant’s system requirements to ensure they can join in on the fun.

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