Ec1s Valorant Settings

A guide that breaks down ec1s's in-game settings for Valorant.

Born June 26, 2000, Adam “ec1s” Eccles has a long history in professional gaming competitions: six years playing CS:GO and two years with Valorant, though he’s since retired from CS:GO. Ec1s has played for several teams such as Vexed Gaming, London Esports, Fnatic Academy, and HEET. For players hoping to emulate his profile, here’s ec1s’s Valorant settings.

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Ec1s’s Mouse Settings for Valorant

Ec1s uses a Vaxee Zygen NP-01 mouse, with a maximum DPI of 3200, but sets it much lower, like so:

  • DPI: 800
  • Sensitivity: 0.314
  • Zoom Sensitivity: 1
  • Polling Rate/Hz: 1000
  • eDPI: 251.2
  • Windows Sensitivity: 6

Ec1s’s Keybind Settings for Valorant

Unlike Jing’s Valorant settings, ec1s makes drastically different changes to his keybindings. At least half of ec1s’s keybindings aren’t set to the default key.

  • Walk: Left-Shift
  • Crouch: Left-Ctrl
  • Jump: Mouse Wheel Down
  • Ability 1: Space Bar
  • Ability 2: 4
  • Ability 3: C
  • Ultimate: X
  • Use object: E
  • Equip Primary Weapon: 1
  • Equip Secondary Weapon: 2
  • Equip Melee: 3
  • Equip Spike: 5

Ec1s’s Crosshair Settings for Valorant

Ec1s has his crosshair set to the color green, which presumably works best for him. For the best results, you may have to test different colors until you find one that works for you.

  • Color: Green
  • Outlines: Off
  • Center Dot: Off
  • Inner Lines: On/1/5/2/1/Off/Off
  • Outer Lines: All Off

Ec1s’s Map Settings for Valorant

  • Rotate: On
  • Fixed Orientation: Based on Side
  • Keep Player Centered: On
  • Minimap Size: 1.2
  • Minimap Zoom: 0.6
  • Minimap Vision Cones: On
  • Show Map Region Names: Always

Ec1s’s Video Settings for Valorant

Ec1s certainly takes advantage of the BenQ Zowie XL2546 and its capabilities, capping the resolution to 1080p. As for everything else, his in-game video settings are set to:

  • 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: None
  • Anisotropic Filtering: 1x
  • Improve Clarity: Off
  • Bloom: Off
  • First Person Shadows: Off
  • Distortion: Off

That should do it: a breakdown of ec1s’s Valorant settings. Do keep in mind his settings work best for him so if, for example, you feel the minimap is too large, by all means change it to what feels comfortable. Newcomers should check out the system requirements for Valorant or if you’re looking for something new, Twinfinite has gathered 8 games like Valorant.

The above information is sourced from ProSettings

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