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TenZ

Cloud9


Tyson “TenZ” Ngo was born on May 5, 2001 and is a professional VALORANT player for Cloud9. He can also be found streaming on Twitch.tv regularly.



TenZ VALORANT Settings – Zowie S2

  • DPI

    800

  • Sensitivity

    0.44

  • eDPI

    352


  • Hz

    1000

  • Scoped Sensitivity M.

    1

  • Windows Sensitivity

    6


TenZ VALORANT Keybinds – HyperX x Ducky One 2 Mini RGB

  • Walk

    L-Shift

  • Equip Primary Weapon

    1

  • Use/Equip Ability: 1

    Mouse 4


  • Crouch

    L-Ctrl

  • Equip Secondary Weapon

    2

  • Use/Equip Ability: 2

    Mouse 5


  • Jump

    Wheel Down

  • Equip Melee Weapon

    3

  • Use/Equip Ability: 3

    C


  • Use Object

    E

  • Equip Spike

    4

  • Use/Equip Ability: Ultimate

    F


TenZ VALORANT Crosshair

  • Color

    Cyan

  • Outlines

    Off

  • Center Dot

    Off


  • Inner Lines

    1 / 4 / 2 / 2

  • Outer Lines

    0 / 0 / 0 / 0

  • Fade / Movement / Firing Error

    Off / Off / Off


TenZ VALORANT Radar

  • Rotate / Fixed Orientation

    Rotate / Based on Side

  • Keep Player Centered

    On

  • Minimap Size

    1.2


  • Minimap Zoom

    0.85

  • Minimap Vision Cones

    On

  • Show Map Region Names

    Always

TenZ Valorant Video Settings

General – BenQ XL2546

  • Display Mode

    Fullscreen

  • Resolution

    1920×1080

  • Frame Rate Limit

    Unlocked


Graphics Quality – NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti

  • 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

  • Distortion

    Off

  • First Person Shadows

    Off

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31 Comments on “TenZ”

  1. Posted in the #valorant section of the discord but i noticed the listing of the keybinds doesnt match the ‘settings menu’ of Valorant and matches more of the UI/HUD. The UI/HUD shows the skills technically in ‘3 1 2’ order and so the keybinds listed above or kind of out of sync compared to Valorant’s menu. Mistake on valorant’s end in my opinion but not sure if you guys want to reorder to reflect it more ‘accurately’

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