NAVI cNed’s Valorant settings: Keybinds, crosshair, mouse settings, more
Mehmet ‘cNed’ İpek is considered one of the best Valorant players in the world and is renowned for his sniping abilities. Here’s everything you need to know about his settings to play like him.
cNed is a Turkish Valorant player who rose to prominence on Acend and won a world championship in 2021 with that team. Now on NAVI, cNed is looking to repeat that success with the former FunPlus Phoenix roster, which qualified for every international tournament in 2022.
For those looking to improve at Valorant who might be wondering what NAVI cNed’s settings are, we’ve got you covered. Here is a breakdown of how he likes to play.
cNed’s mouse settings
The Valorant pro plays on a 0.32 Sensitivity and an eDPI of 256. He competes using a Vaxee XE Wireless mouse.
cNed’s Valorant crosshair
cNed, like many Valorant pros, uses a small crosshair for precise aiming. He uses a white version of the reticle. You can copy the pro by manually choosing his settings, or you can import his crosshair with his unique code listed below.
|Center Dot Opacity||N/A|
|Center Dot Thickness||N/A|
|Show Inner Lines||On|
|Inner Lines Opacity||1|
|Inner Line Length||5|
|Inner Lines Thickness||2|
|Inner Line Offset||0|
|Show Outer Lines||Off|
|Outer Lines Opacity||N/A|
|Outer Line Length||N/A|
|Outer Lines Thickness||N/A|
|Outer Line Offset||N/A|
cNed’s Valorant keybinds
|Equip Primary Weapon||1|
|Equip Secondary Weapon||2|
cNed’s monitor & resolution
cNed currently uses a ZOWIE XL2546K gaming monitor and he competes in the native 16:9 aspect ratio.
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Below are his full monitor settings:
Like many other professional players, cNed chooses to play with his graphic settings lower than the average player.
|Mouse||Vaxee XE Wireless Blue|
|Keyboard||Logitech G Pro X|
|Headset||Logitech G Pro X|
That is all the settings and gear that you need to emulate NAVI cNed’s settings. You can check out other pro Valorant player settings on Dexerto.