100T Cryocells: Settings & Hardware (2023)

Matthew "Cryocells" Panganiban is one of the best Valorant players in NA, currently playing for 100 Thieves. After seeing his insane Duelist gameplay, we all would love to have the same performance. So, here's a setup to help you achieve just that!

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Let's check out Cryo's setup! | © Riot Games

After VCT LOCK//IN São Paulo, there is absolutely no doubt how big of the best Cryocells is; his Duelist skills are just out of this world. He shined in his XSET days, and he continues to do so with 100 Thieves, so let's check out what setup he is using for the VCT 2023 season.

100T Cryocells: Mouse Settings






Scoped Sensitivity1
Windows Sensitivity6

Cryo's mouse settings are relatively standard, although this DPI of 800 might be too high for some players. Either way, the most important part about your mouse settings is that it clicks with your muscle memory, and it definitely clicks for him.

This is probably the most important thing you need to optimize, as it stands for the accuracy of your shorts. That said, you should experiment with mouse settings and take inspiration from players like Cryocells, but if you feel like you found your perfect DPI and Sensitivity values, practice with it and start developing your muscle memory.

100T Cryocells: Keybinds



Left Shift
CrouchLeft Control
JumpSpace Bar
Use ObjectF
Primary Weapon1
Secondary Weapon2
Melee Weapon3

Ability 1

Mouse Button 3

Ability 2E
Ability 3F
Ultimate AbilityQ

Speaking of muscle memory, you also need keybinds that will help you have the most convenient gameplay possible, especially when playing a dynamic and fast-paced Agent class like Duelists. Cryocells mainly uses Jett and Raze, and these keybinds allow him to do all these insane actions. But again, he also has a pretty advanced gaming gear that we will get to later, and this also plays a significant role.

100T Cryocells: Radar


Fixed Orientation

Based on Side
Keep Player Centered


Minimap Size1.132
Minimap Zoom0.838
Minimap Vision ConesOff
Show Map Region NamesAlways

Even though these settings are slightly different from other pro players such as Sheydos, they are still close to what most players are currently using. These settings may also be affected by the type of display Cryocells is using, and again, he goes for a pretty high-end setup.

Despite appearances, radar settings are important to optimize because they help players better understand their environment and make informed decisions more quickly. Moreover, it also helps you to quickly learn the callouts for each map, which is significant for improving your communication in Valorant.

100T Cryocells: Crosshair



Center DotOff
Inner Lines

On - 1 / 4 / 2 / 0

Outer LinesOff
ErrorsAll Off
Crosshair Code0;P;c;5;h;0;0t;1;0l;3;0a;1;0f;0;1b;0

Crosshair settings are another aspect that contributes to your in-game accuracy and aim, so taking inspiration from pro players in this matter is a thing to consider. Some crosshairs are designed in a way that reduces visual distractions and provides a more streamlined experience, and this is how we feel about Cryo's crosshair.

100T Cryocells: Video Settings


Resolution1920 x 1080
Aspect Ratio16:9
Aspect Ratio MethodFill
Display ModeFullscreen

Graphics Quality

Material QualityLow
Detail QualityLow
Texture QualityLow
UI QualityLow


Anisotropic Filtering8x
Improve ClarityOff
Multithreaded RenderingOn

Most of Cryo's graphics settings are either set to low or off, and that's because he values smoothness and high FPS values more than anything. In short, these graphics settings can help reduce stress on your GPU and provide you a more stable gameplay, which is something that you want at all cost. When it comes to competitive gameplay, there is no room for lags and glitches if you want to win games.

100T Cryocells: Hardware

MouseLogitech G Pro X Sueprlight Magenta
KeyboardHiground Gundam


HeadsetHyperX Cloud Stinger II
Graphics CardNVIDIA GeForce RTX 3070

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