Noki PUBG Settings

Noki PUBG Mouse Settings

Mouse Settings
Dots Per Inch (DPI):
800
Vertical Sensitivity:
1.20
Vehicle Sensitivity:
28
Iron-Sight Sensitivity:
28
General Sensitivity:
32
Targeting Sensitivity:
28
Scope (2X):
28
Scope (3X):
28
Scope (4X):
28
Scope (6X):
28
Scope (8X):
28
Scope (15X):
28

Noki PUBG Video settings

Video Settings
Resolution:
1920×1080
Refresh Rate (Hz):
144
FOV:
103
Screen Scale:
100
Brightness:
Default
Anti-Aliasing:
High
Post-Processing:
Very Low
Textures:
Medium
Shadows:
Very Low
Foliage:
Very Low
Effects:
Very Low
View Distance:
Very Low
Motion Blur:
Off
V-Sync:
Off
Sharpen:
On

Noki Gears & Complete Setup

What are Noki's PUBG Settings, Keybinds & Gear?

Noki is a player of ADEPTS in the online battle royale game title PUBG. His real name is Martin Cornet, and was born in France on April 24, 1996. He is also an active Twitch streamer, often showing his gameplay to his thousands of followers. He is also active in sharing his personal life in Twitter as well. He started playing shooter games at a very young age, and was invited in 2018 to play PUBG. His shooting game skills are superb enough for him to adapt it to the new battle royale environment, and eventually led him to become a pro gamer.

He started his esports career in January 2018 when he was advised by InControl Gaming to keep on sharpening his shooting game skills in a battle royale environment. He was a successful player up until May 2018 when he moved to TEAM 3DMAX, where he stayed for the longest time. However, he also left the team on September 2019 to become a part of TrainHard eSport, but eventually took a break in competitive esports by December 2019 to celebrate the holidays with his family.

He then returned to competitive gaming by January 2020 when he joined another pro team: ADEPTS.

Noki uses Logitech G Pro Wireless Gaming Mouse.

Noki uses Corsair Gaming K65 RGB Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard.

Noki uses BenQ ZOWIE XL2546 24.5 Inch 240Hz Gaming Monitor.

Noki uses Gigabyte AORUS GeForce RTX 2080 Xtreme GPU.

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