VALORANT: Hiko Crosshair Settings, Keybinds, Mouse Setting, Resolution, And More

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Spencer "Hiko" Martin, currently plays for 100 Thieves and is recognised as one of the best VALORANT players in the world. The former CS:GO pro won the VALORANT First Strike event with his team.

After almost two decades of playing competitive FPS, Hiko has earned several titles and accolades. His shift from CS:GO to VALORANT was highly expected, and he joined one of the best teams in North America.


The former Counter-Strike professional found his rhythm early on in VALORANT and mastered the game's mechanics to dominate ranked lobbies in NA.

It's every player's dream to play VALORANT like Hiko, and for that, you will need the proper mouse sensitivity and display settings.

Here’s all you need to know about Hiko’s VALORANT settings.

What Mouse Does Hiko Use in VALORANT?

Hiko has had numerous devices to experiment with in his extinguished career. While most of them might suit another player, Hiko uses the G-wolves HSK Ace Edition mouse for tournaments and ranked matches.

Hiko Valorant Mouse Settings:

DPI - 1600

In-game Sensitivity - 0.36

eDPI - 576

Scoped Sensitivity - 1

Polling Rate - 1000


Windows Sensitivity – 6

Hiko VALORANT Keyboard Binds

Here are Hiko's keyboard binds for VALORANT:

  • Keyboard - MK DISCO BLACK TKL
  • Ultimate Ability - X
  • Ability 3 - C
  • Ability 2 - Q
  • Ability 1 - E
  • Jump - Mouse Wheel Down
  • Walk - Left Shift
  • Crouch - Left Ctrl
  • Equip Primary Weapon - 1
  • Equip Secondary Weapon - 2
  • Equip Melee Weapon - 3
  • Equip Spike - 4

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Hiko VALORANT Crosshair Settings

Here are Hiko's crosshair settings for VALORANT:

  • Colour - Cyan
  • Inner Lines – 1/2/1/0
  • Outlines – On / 1 / 1
  • Outer Lines – 1 / 2 / 1 / 0
  • Center Dot - On
  • Fade - Off
  • Movement Error - Off
  • Firing Error - On

Professional players often change their settings to experiment with the different crosshairs for better accuracy. Thus, always experiment with new settings to find the most comfortable one for yourself.

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Hiko Valorant Map settings

  • 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

Hiko VALORANT Display Settings

  • Display Mode: Fullscreen
  • Resolution: 1680 * 1050 (16:10)
  • Monitor: DELA1B5 (1920*1080)
  • Material Quality - Low
  • Anti-Aliasing – MSAA 2X
  • Detail Quality – Medium
  • Anisotropic Filtering - 1x
  • Texture Quality - Low
  • Improve Clarity - On
  • UI Quality - Medium
  • Bloom - Off
  • Vignette - Off
  • Distortion - Off
  • Vsync - Off
  • First Person Shadows – Off
  • NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency - On + Boost

Hiko usually plays the role of a Controller or an Initiator in VALORANT. His favourite agent to play in tournaments is Sova, but he mixes it up with Viper, Raze, Omen and Breach.

Hiko led 100 Thieves to win VALORANT First Strike, the very first regional tournament in North America. They failed to qualify for VALORANT’S first international LAN event Masters 2 Reykjavik.
However, 100 Thieves will have a chance to redeem themselves at Masters 3 Berlin.

In the recent Challengers Playoffs, Hiko and his team proved their worth in the Quarterfinals and were among the first two teams to qualify. It will be interesting to see how 100 Thieves perform in the Masters 3 Berlin main event.