Skadoodle: Full PC Setup and Mouse Settings for Apex legends

Want to be the best? Then learn from the best. A popular team member of Cloud9 and a talented CS:GO player, "Skadoodle" has recently started playing Apex Legends. If your a fan of "Skadoodle" or even just want to get better at Apex Legends, seeing what works for the pros is a great way to get to the top.

Skadoodle: Full PC Setup and Mouse Settings for Apex legends
"Skadoodle" AKA Tyler Latham, is an ex-pro CS:GO player and is a valuable team member of Cloud9Tyler started his pro-gaming career back when he played Alliance of Valiant Arms with DefkoN and won ieSF 2010. A winner of countless awards Tyler has made an unforgettable name for himself in the Esports world. After the surprise release of Apex Legends, "Skadoodle" along with a mass of other popular pro-players and streamers, such as Shroud and DrDisRespect, have started focusing their streams and YouTube channels on the extremely popular battle-royale. Everybody wants to be the best, and why re-invent the wheel when your favorite pros have some of the best settings ready and waiting for you.

Here is "Skadoodles" PC set-up and settings for Apex Legends:


CPU – Intel Core i7 8700k
Memory – G.SKILL TridentZ RGB
Graphics Card – GeForce RTX 2080


Monitor – BenQ XL2546
Mouse – Logitech G Pro Wireless
Mousepad – Zowie G-SR
Keyboard – HyperX Alloy FPS
Headset – HyperX Cloud Alpha

Mouse Settings

Sensitivity – 2.5
ADS Sensitivity – 1
DPI/CPI – 400
EDPI – 1000
Polling Rate – 1000 Hz

There you have it, just remember, these settings work for "Skadoodle" and his equipment. Play around with the settings and you'll find your sweet spot. Hope you enjoyed, now go, become Legend!

For more Apex Legends, you can find my full review for Apex Legends here.

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