Cryocells New Crosshair, Video Settings and More: What does Mr 4k Use to Get Headshots Consistently?

Adnan Juzar Kachwala
|Published November 20, 2022

Cryocells recently transferred to 100 T to become 100T Cryo. With the transfer comes updated new merch, crosshair, and Video settings.

With the transfer of Cryocells to 100T, we get a glimpse at how he prepares for the arrival of VCT 2023. It will be quite a treat to see Mr. Consistency at the top of the leaderboards again. To celebrate his arrival, let us look at his updated Valorant settings.

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100T Cryo Crosshair, Video Settings, and More

Cryo made a video explaining his crosshair, map, and other settings to explain his mindset when playing. We have attached the video above for your reference.

Mouse Settings

Before we go into the Mouse Settings, the Enemy Highlight Color for Cryo is Yellow; it allows him to see enemies.

  • Aim Sensitivity – 0.3/0.35
  • Scope Sensitivity – 1
  • Raw Input Buffer – Off

Minimap Settings

  • Keep Player-Centered – Off
  • Rotate – Rotate
  • Minimap Size – 1.132
  • Minimap Zoom – 0.838


  • Corpses – Off
  • Blood – Off


  • Ability 1 – Middle Mouse Button
  • Ability 2 – E
  • Ability 3 – F
  • Ultimate – Q
  • Jump – Spacebar
  • Crouch – Left Ctrl
  • Aim Down Sights – Toggle
  • Sniper Rifle Aim – Toggle


Cryo alternates between many crosshairs; he has the cNed crosshair, the old SEN team crosshair, the TenZ/Yay crosshair, and many more. So getting any one of those will be a good alternative; for now, his go-to is the cNed crosshair since it is the easiest to use. We will use the cNed crosshair for this one since it is the easiest to run.

  • Crosshair Color – White
  • Outlines – Off
  • Center Dot – Off
  • Inner Lines – On
  • Outer Lines – Off
  • Inner Lines – 1/4/2/0
  • Firing/Movement Error – Off

Video Settings

  • Display Mode – Fullscreen
  • Resolution – 1920×1080
  • NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency – On+Boost
  • Multithread Rendering – On
  • Material, Texture, Detail, and UI Quality – Low
  • Vignette and Vsync – Off
  • Anti- Aliasing – None
  • Anisotropic Filtering- 8x
  • Improve Clarity, Experimental Sharpening, Bloom, Cast Shadows, Distortion – Off

These are all the basic settings you need to know for the highest frames of your setup. Cryo does not go for the best video quality; he is more concerned about getting the highest frames.

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Adnan Juzar Kachwala

Adnan Juzar Kachwala

Adnan Kachwala is a writer at The SportsRush. He has an expertise in FPS games like Call of Duty and Valorant. With more than 500 articles combined on both of those games, he hopes to better everyone's knowledge about FPS games in general with his guides. His current favorite is Call of Duty Warzone 2 which he frequently likes to write about. He loves everything about the game from the guns to the Operator Skins. In his spare time, he likes to indulge in everything from Gaming to Movies, Finance to Cooking, and beyond. He prefers to spend his days off reading books, playing video games, or watching Competitive Valorant on YouTube.

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