StoneMountain64 Warzone Setup
|Change Stance/Slide||Not Bound|
|Sprint/Tactical Sprint/Steady Aim||Left Shift|
|Weapon Mount||Caps Lock|
|Use Lethal Equipment||G, Mouse Button 4|
|Use Tactical Equipment||Q|
|Use Field Upgrade||X|
|Use Armor Plate||4|
StoneMountain64's Mouse Sensitivity & Settings
|Vertical Sensitivity Multiplier||1.00|
|ADS Mouse Sensitivity||Relative|
|ADS Sens. Multiplier (Low Zoom)||0.65|
|ADS Sens. Multiplier (High Zoom)||0.70|
|ADS Sens. Transition Timing||Instant|
|Monitor Distance Coefficient||1.33|
|Invert Mouse Look||Disabled|
|Display Mode||Fullscreen Borderless|
|Screen Refresh Rate||165|
|Sync Every Frame (V-Sync)||Disabled|
|Custom Framerate Limit||Unlimited|
|Display Gamma||2.2 (sRGB)|
|Texture Filter Anisotropic||Low|
|Bullet Impacts & Sprays||Enabled|
|On-Demand Texture Streaming||Disabled|
|Shadow Map Resolution||Low|
|Cache Spot Shadows||Disabled|
|Cache Sun Shadows||Disabled|
|Screen Space Reflection||Disabled|
|Depth of Field||Disabled|
|World Motion Blur||Disabled|
|Weapon Motion Blur||Disabled|
|Automatic Airborne Mantle||Disabled|
|Sprint/Tactical Sprint Behavior||Toggle|
|Depleted Ammo Weapon Switch||Enabled|
|Switch Weapon Minimum Delay||0.00|
|Weapon Switch Wrap-Around||Enabled|
|Weapon Mount Activation||Toggle Weapon Mount Keybind|
|Weapon Mount Movement Exit||Enabled|
|Weapon Mount Exit Delay||100.00|
|Aim Down Sight Behavior||Hold|
|Change Zoom/Toggle Hybrid Behavior||Melee/ Finishing Move Keybind|
|Vehicle Camera Recenter||Disabled|
|Field of View||109.69|
|ADS Field of View||Affected|
|Horizontal HUD Bounds||100.00|
|Vertical HUD Bounds||100.00|
|Mini Map Shape||Square|
|Mini Map Rotation||Enabled|
|Hit Marker Sound Effects||MW|
Logitech G Pro X Superlight
Logitech G Pro Mechanical
Acer Predator XB273U
Logitech G Pro X Headset
Logitech G840 XL
Sony a7R II
Elgato Stream Deck XL
Herman Miller x Logitech G Embody
UPLIFT Desk – V2
StoneMountain64's Gaming PC Specs
Intel Core i9-13900K
MSI RTX 4090 Gaming Trio
G.Skill Trident Z RGB 32GB 6000MHz CL36
Asus Maximus Z790 Hero
Sabrent Rocket NVMe 4.0 2TB
Seagate Barracuda 4TB
Seagate Barracuda 6TB
be quiet! Dark Power Pro 12 1200W Titanium
StoneMountain64's Streaming PC Specs
Intel Core i9-12900K
EVGA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti XC3
G.Skill TridentZ Neo 32GB RGB 3600MHz CL18
MSI MAG Z690 Tomahawk
2x Samsung 970 EVO Plus NVMe 2TB
WD Black 8TB
EVGA SuperNova G6 1000W
Corsair 5000D Airflow Black
ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 360
Elgato HD60 Pro
14 thoughts on “StoneMountain64 Warzone Setup”
I would be interested to find out your eq settings that you use in combination with your pro x headset? I too have the same headset but find I do not hear the footsteps nearly as precisely as you do. I am aware that a lot of that will boil down to practice/skill as you are an awesome gamer. However if you could share your logitech pro x equalizer settings so I can give them a crack that would be super rad man. love your content much love from Australia mate!
Hey there. Thanks for your comment. This is what StoneMountain states regarding his EQ settings:
Hope this helps you mate.
Hey guys may I please know why do you adjust your graphics down if the graphics cards and monitors can take the punch.
Please let me know thank you.
Hi Steven. There’s a couple of reasons for this.
First and foremost, it’s to maximize the frame rate. Nowadays, the majority of pro gamers will use monitors with 240Hz+ refresh rates. In order to achieve frame rates near to 240FPS in a game as graphically intensive as Warzone, it requires the settings to be turned down. Quicker frame rates allow for faster reaction times and smoother game-play, both of which can give players a competitive advantage.
If players turned the settings up higher, this would provide a more graphically-immersive experience but not really provide any advantage other than “looking-good”. This leads to the second reason which is that some pro players have reported that higher graphics actually carry a disadvantage, as they can be a distraction (think sun’s lens flares on the screen, or grass moving in the wind).
To apply this to yourself, I would recommend you think about what’s more important to you. If you’re someone who just enjoys gaming casually, and values the games aesthetics then I would suggest turning the settings higher. However if your reason for visiting this site/asking the question is because you are attempting to push your game-play further competitively, then I would recommend taking the settings of a player you admire here, and using them as a reference point for your own tweaking.
Hope that helps.
Thank you for replying.
To answer your questions im in the middle I like good graphics in a game but I also don’t like being shot in warzone.
But wil it make a difference if I’m playing on a 75hz screen and 5ms response time to turn down the graphics or wil it make my response time better.
I’m trying to get the same monitor as stonemountain but ja have to save first.
Thank you for your input hope to hear from you again.
Well you’re certainly not alone there – I don’t think anyone likes to be shot 😉
With regards to your monitor, a 5ms response time is certainly usable, and many people can play absolutely fine with this response time. To answer your question, the monitors response time (5ms) and refresh rate (75Hz) are both hardware limitations, so adjusting your Warzone settings will not increase this (only a new monitor will help with that).
If the rest of your PC specs are powerful enough, we would recommend adjusting your in-game settings so that you’re averaging at least 75FPS. Any more than this is unnecessary for now, since your monitor wont be able to output fast enough.
If your PC is capable of getting 75FPS on low settings, then slowly tweak them higher, so that you’re able to also enjoy better visuals. A good way to do this is in a custom game, so you’re not sacrificing any of your hard-earned K:D ratio 🙂
As an ideea..
75hz and 5ms response time are much slower than 144hz 1ms response time..
If your enemy is someone with 165hz 1ms respone time and good gear ..you are fked :)) and if he is playing with this setup everyday 5+ hours ..some B job will be made there :))
Ok..now depends on you at what level you want to play. However, definitely you will be on lower skills lobby. (..i think i heard that)
Yep.. that’s it 🙂
I can’t find your Nvidea Filter settings…
Would be kind to share with us !
Hey! Below is a video Stone released on his 2nd YouTube account, showing his Nvidia settings (he talks about them right at the beginning of the video).
With the new season he has changed his filters, but i can’t find em anywere
Hey team is me again Steven from south Africa sorry to bother you again I just need a answer quick my monitor dell 75hz 5ms response time with a nvidia rtx 2070 no it’s not a super and no I don’t have the make of it sorry I have looked all over that thing but to the point. I really want to get me a 1440p 144hz monitor BUT I do not know if my GPU wil get toe 144fps on 2K so Im asking what do you think save up for a better GPU or get a 144hz monitor to run on 1080p.
Your imput will be so much help.
Hi Steven. It looks like you might have posted the same question twice. You can see our reply here.
Why does stone use 4 monitors? Please also send the response to my email because ngl I’ll probably end up forgetting asking this question, sorry not sorry and thank you for the help ?
For anyone else wondering, StoneMountain has mentioned that his center monitor is his main gaming monitor, and also the one he uses for video editing, due to 1440p resolution giving more real estate. His other monitors are what he uses for everything else. When streaming, this will include apps like Discord, OBS, a web browser, as well as a monitor to power his streaming PC.
Although it could be argued that having 4 monitors could be a little excessive for the average setup, StoneMountain’s GPU (and dual PC setup) is comfortably capable of rendering this many pixels without his in-game frame’s suffering, so I would imagine his thought process was “why not?” ?