Kanpeki Valorant Settings: Sensitivity, Crosshair, Keybinds, And Video


Kanpeki Valorant Settings: Sensitivity, Crosshair, Keybinds, And Video Settings

Nutan Lele
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Here are Kanpeki's settings in Valorant including sensitivity, key binds, and video settings.
While these settings may work for pros, make sure to experiment with your own sensitivity and crosshair settings to see what suits you the best.

Here are Kanpeki's Valorant settings you can use to copy the pro player’s in-game setup. Eric "Kanpeki" Xu is an American player currently playing for TSM. The 25-year old was previously a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player before making the switch to Valorant. He started his pro Valorant career with the now disbanded Team Underrated before joining the Sentinels in April 2022. He played the VCT 2022: NA Stage 2 Challengers Open qualifiers and then VCT 2022: North America Stage 2 Challengers with his new team. Shortly after the Sentinels got franchised, they released Kanpeki, who was signed by TSM in February 2023. Kanpeki is currently participating in the Valorant Challengers 2023: North America Split 2. Kanpeki usually plays initiators like Breach, KAY/O, Skye, and dualists like Jett. Here are Kanpeki’s Valorant settings. 

Kanpeki Valorant Settings

Mouse and Map Settings

Kanpeki currently uses a Logitech G Pro Wireless Superlight.

  • DPI - 800

  • In-game Sensitivity - 0.32 

  • Scoped Sensitivity Multiplier - 1 

  • Polling Rate (Hz) - 1000

  • Raw Input Buffer - On

Key Bindings and Keyboard

Kanpeki uses a GMK Red Dragon with dk ONI Linear Switches. Here are his keybinds:

  • Ability 1 - Mouse 4

  • Ability 2 - E

  • Ability 3 - Mouse 5

  • Ultimate Ability - X

  • Walk - L-Shift

  • Jump - Space

  • Crouch - L-Ctrl

Crosshair Settings

Crosshairs are a matter of personal preference, but you can find out how to make the perfect crosshair in Valorant or try out Kanpeki’s crosshair in the Valorant Crosshair Generator app and see if it suits you. Here are Kanpeki’s crosshair settings:

  • Color - White

  • Outlines - On

  • Inner Lines -  0 / 0 / 0 / 0

  • Show Outer Lines - On

  • Outer Lines - 1 / 3 / 1 / 2

Graphics and Video

Kanpeki uses a BenQ Divina XL2546.

  • Display - Fullscreen

  • Resolution -  1920x1080 16:9

  • Multithreaded Rendering - On

  • Material Quality - Low

  • Texture Quality - Low

  • Detail Quality - Low

  • UI Quality - Low

  • Vignette - Off

  • VSync - Off

  • Anti-Aliasing - MSAA 4x

  • Anisotropic Filtering - 4x

  • Improve Clarity - Off

  • Bloom - On

  • Distortion - Off

  • Cast Shadows - Off

Make sure you test out these settings for a considerable amount of time before entering a match to figure out if they work well for your playstyle. It will take some time for you to get used to new settings. That's the only way you will be able to see if they are a good fit for you or not.

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