Ladiff’s settings aren’t that unusual, but it was hard to find a reliable source for them. We did a bit of digging and we did find them, however, I should mention it straight away: These settings might not be for you. Just build around Ladiff’s settings because it all comes down to personal preference really. Anyways, let’s see what Ladiff- the no-scope master has for a setup.
Ladiff’s Latest Settings 2022
Let’s start with possibly the most important settings of all, which are the mouse settings. For the mouse settings, Ladiff uses:
- DPI – 400, 0.80 Scoped, 1.1
- eDPI – 320
- Polling Rate – 1000 & 6 Windows Pointer Speed
Now, his mouse settings are a bit unorthodox for some, but we do see a lot of people using low DPI for Valorant.
When it comes down to his crosshair, he changes it quite frequently.
Ladiff’s keybinds are not for everyone. However, they are very comfortable and, in some ways, ergonomic. His keybinds are:
- Walk – L. Shift
- Crouch – L. CTRL
- Jump – Mousewheel Down
- First Ability – A
- Second Ability – Mouse Button 5
- Third Ability – V
- Ultimate – Mouse Button 4
Ladiff’s Video Settings
Ladiff uses a 4:3 video ratio like most competitive players. It’s a 4:3 stretched resolution, which most know that it might give you an edge over players using a more conventional aspect ratio.
His resolution is set to 1440×1080 and he has Nvidia Reflex on.
Ladiff’s Graphics Settings
There’s not much to say here, except put everything on low. It always is better to get a few FPS here and there and Ladiff does that. It’s interesting to see that Ladiff doesn’t have Anti-Aliasing on, but we see a lot of competitive players turn it on at a lower setting.
This is to fix any tearing you might experience. So, I highly recommend turning it on at a lower setting.
For his radar, these are Ladiff’s settings:
- Rotate – Rotate Based On Side
- Keep Player Centered – Off
- Minimap Size – 1.1
- Minimap Zoom – 0.9
- Minimap Vision Cones – On
- Show Map Region Names – Always
Ladiff’s mouse is a Logitech Pro X Superlight and his keyboard is a Logitech G915 TKL. Ladiff uses the Logitech G733 headphones.