Sinatraa Valorant Settings

Sinatraa Valorant Settings

Jay Won, who is popularly known as “Sinatraa,” is a professional Valorant player. He is currently signed by the popular team “Sentinals,” although he is on the bench as of now. He switched to Valorant from Overwatch. He was one of the most popular and decorated players in the Overwatch community, which has won him many accolades. He was declared the MVP of the Overwatch League in 2019. 

Apart from being an amazing player overall, he has won Overwatch World League with the team San Fransisco Shock and also won the World Cup with the team USA in 2019. He was a superstar in the Overwatch community and respected a lot, which is why it shocked many when Sinaatra decided to switch over to Valorant at the height of his career. 

He was briefly suspended because of not cooperating with an investigation by the Riot Games. Although the suspension has ended, he still remains on the bench of Sentinels. He streams on his Twitch channel regularly, where he majorly plays Valorant.

Even though he is not on the active roster, he is a really good player and a pro at that, which many people might want to emulate. Let’s see what his gears and settings are so that you can learn a thing or two and improve your own gameplay.

Sinaatra’s Gear

Sinaatra’s Gear

PC gear is of utmost importance for any professional game. You can’t expect to play at high refresh using a low-end PC and hope to be competitive. Since Valorant isn’t very demanding, you can get away with a good performance PC that is affordable by many. Talking about Sinatraa’s gear, let’s divide it into 2. First, the PC itself and then the peripherals he uses to win his games.

Sinatraa’s PC is at the top of the spectrum with a powerful processor and graphics card. His rig is powered by the AMD Ryzen 9 5950x, which is still the best AMD has to offer. As for the graphics, it is handled by the Nvidia 3090, which is the best Nvidia can offer.

If you want ideas for the PC setup to play Valorant, you can copy this setup, but it can get really expensive, and you wouldn’t need such a setup if you are entering the world of Valorant or even if you are semi-pro.

Here is the complete list of components sinatraa has on his PC.

  • Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 5950x
  • Nvidia: RTX 3090
  • RAM: HyperX Predator RGB 32GB
  • Case: Corsair iCUE 465X

As for the peripherals and other gear, he uses the best hardware, and here is the complete list.

  • Mouse: Logitech G Pro X Superlight
  • Keyboard: Logitech Pro X
  • Mousepad: Logitech G640
  • Monitor: Omen 25
  • Headset: JBL Quantum One
  • Audio Microphone: Audio Technica AT2020 USB
  • Chair: Secretlab Overwatch Edition

Sinatraa Valorant Settings

Sinatraa Valorant Settings

Sinatraa doesn’t have any known quirk or a unique style like Hiko. He is analytical and plays in a style that is most needed at that moment. He is more popularly known for Overwatch than for Valorant.

Even then, he is a pro, and many people would like to see what kind of settings he uses so that they can use it to their advantage. Seeing a pro’s settings can be a good starting point for many, but remember that they are pros, and your playstyle might differ from theirs.

Anyways, here are the complete list of Sinatraa Valorant settings.

Sinatraa Crosshair Settings

Crosshair settings are crucial since they are the primary focus for any player. Players have varying degrees of preferences for Valorant crosshair settings, but there is one thing that remains common in all the pro’s settings. Their crosshairs are small.

The case is the same with sinatraa too. Let’s take a look at the complete list of crosshair settings.

ColourCyan
OutlinesOn
Outline Opacity1
Outline Thickness1
Center DotOff
Center Dot Opacity0
Center Dot Thickness1
Show Inner LineOn
Inner Line Opacity1
Inner Line Length3
Inner Line Thickness1
Inner Line Offset3
Movement ErrorOff
Firing ErrorOff
Show Outer LineOn
Outer Line Opacity1
Outer Line Length1
Outer Line Thickness0
Outer Line Offset1
Movement ErrorOff
Firing ErrorOff

Another thing to notice is that two settings are common in all the pros’ crosshair settings. The “Movement Error” and “Firing Error.” Although, Shroud has his Firing Error enabled in his Valorant settings. Usually, both of these are turned off, and you can employ the same thing in your game.

Sinatraa Mouse Settings

Mouse settings largely depend on your chosen gear, and it mostly boils down to preferences and comfort. Not everyone is comfortable with super low DPI on their mouse or game. The performance and smoothness can also vary with the mouse you use.

Sinatraa uses a professional mouse meant for gaming which is also the lightest gaming-grade mouse on the market. You can get the same Logitech Pro X Superlight if you prefer light mouses over heavy ones.

As for the other settings, here is the list.

DPI800
Sensitivity0.387
eDPI309.6
Zoom Sensitivity1
Polling Rate1000 Hz
Windows Sensitivity settings1
Raw T-bufferOn

Sinatraa Keybind Settings

WalkLeft Shift
CrouchLeft Ctrl
JumpSpace Bar / Mouse Wheel Down
Use ObjectF
Equip Primary Weapon1
Equip Secondary Weapon2
Equip Melee Weapon3
Equip Spike4
Use/Equip Ability 1E
Use/Equip Ability 2Q
Use/Equip Ability 3C
Use/Equip Ability UltimateX
Input BufferOn

Sinatraa Display Settings

Sinatraa, like almost all the other pros, prefer playing the game at lower visual settings, but there is a difference here. He prefers to keep the Bloom, Distortion, and Shadows turned on.

None of these settings offers any competitive edge, and it is just for visuals. Sinatraa prefers a bit of visual accuracy, and these settings, especially the Shadows, can impact the frame rates. But, Sinatraa has a very powerful PC and can easily handle such settings without sacrificing much.

Another difference is that Sinatraa chooses to cap the framerates to avoid any frame drops in between. This is usually the opposite with most pros, who have no limits on the framerate in the game.

Material QualityLow
Texture QualityLow
Detail QualityLow
UI QualityLow
VignetteOn
VSyncOff
Anti-aliasingNone
Anisotropic Filtering8x
Improve ClarityOff
BloomOn
DistortionOn
Cast ShadowsOn
Resolution1920×1080
Aspect Ratio16:9
Aspect Ratio MethodLetterbox
Display ModeFullscreen
Nvidia Reflex Low LatencyOn

Sinatraa Radar Settings

These settings are usually not in focus for many people, but Radar settings (also called Map Settings) can be crucial in moments like spotting the enemy. It is important to keep track of your position, region, and teammate’s movements and location.

RotateRotate / Based on Side
Fixed OrientationAlways the same
Keep Player CenteredOn
Mini Map Size1.1
Mini Map Zoom0.9
Mini Map Vision ConesOn
Show Map Region NamesAlways

Conclusion

Sinatraa is a celebrated Overwatch player, but that hasn’t stopped players from emulating his playstyle and game style in Valorant. Even though he is on the bench, he is a really good player, and it is worth noticing his settings.

He streams regularly on Twitch which helps him constantly improve his skills and work to better his game. If you think your playstyle can be similar to sinatraa, you can apply these settings to your game and gain an edge over your enemies.

But it should be understood that settings, for the most part, are based on preferences and your hardware. You can start with these settings and then play for a while at these same settings to understand your own limits and preferences. You can tweak the settings starting from this point and arrive at the best settings that suit you.

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