The Best BenQ Monitor Settings used by Professional Players

Finding the best BenQ monitor settings can be quite hard and time consuming. That is why we have gathered these settings from Professional players. They don’t like cutting corners when it comes to their equipment and performance. It only makes sense that the pro players take great care to find out what the best BenQ monitor settings are.

Zowie by BenQ is by far the favorite monitor brand of most gamers. Pros like to have the best possible performance, so 99% of the professionals that we’ve analyzed are using a monitor capable of displaying 144 or 240 frames per second, i.e. a 144/240Hz monitor.

It goes without saying that getting a smoother image while playing can massively improve your performance. However, optimizing your color temperature, contrast, and so on are just as important. You want to make sure that you’re able to see your enemies in dark spots. That’s why you don’t want your brightness to be too low, for example, and on the other hand you don’t want to be blinded by bright light sources in the game.

Optimizing your monitor settings can help a lot with these sorts of situations. A lot of people don’t necessarily think about optimizing the settings of their monitor. Even if they do it can be quite a cumbersome and time consuming task to get it just the way you want it. That’s where we come in.

If you have ever wondered what BenQ Settings CS:GO pros use you have come to the right place. Since BenQ is by far the most popular brand when it comes to monitors we have decided to gather data on the settings that the professionals are using on their monitors, so you can have a baseline to work with and finetune in order to make it your own. You’ll be surprised at the difference this can make, so we wholeheartedly recommend taking a look at what the pros are using. It’s a great (and free) way to get yet another edge on your opponents.

TeamPlayerMonitorBrightnessContrastLow Blue LightBlack eQColor VibrancePicture ModeSharpnessBlur ReductionGammaRGB
FaZe ClanNiKoBenQ XL2540100500515Gamer 110Off100100100
FaZe ClanolofmeisterBenQ XL2730100000Gamer 2Off100100100
SK Gaming coldzeraBenQ XL25461005007Gamer 1Off100100100
SK GamingStewie2kBenQ XL2540100500129Off100100100
G2 EsportsshoxBenQ XL2540100507Off100100100
Natus Vinceres1mpleBenQ XL2540404001210Gamer 172100100100
Cloud9autimaticBenQ XL2420T100650107Off100100100
Cloud9n0thingBenQ XL2430T100500125Off100100100
Cloud9shroudBenQ XL254010050015Gamer 27Off100100100
mousesportsSTYKOBenQ XL254010050105Gamer 110On3909090
mousesportsropz BenQ XL2540100500Standard5On5100100100
BIGtabseNBenQ XL2540100507Off1939393
FnaticJWBenQ XL2540100500Gamer 17Off3100100100
FnaticflushaBenQ XL2540100500StandardOff100100100
EnVyUsScreaMBenQ XL254010059012Gamer 17Off100100100
Space SoldiersXANTARESBenQ XL2540808020Standard8Off100100100
SproutSpiidi BenQ XL254095500313Gamer 19Off4100100100
RenegadesAZRBenQ XL2430T100400107Off100100100
RenegadesUSTILOBenQ XL2430T10050055Off100100100


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4 Responses

  1. BIRD says:

    ScreaM! Some of the options aren’t, and did he have a low blue light?

    • Max says:

      These are all of ScreaM’s BenQ monitor settings that he has shared. He has his blue light on 0.

      He also shared some other settings that are not that important but here they are anyway:

      Brightness “100”
      Contrast “59”
      Low Blue Light “0”
      Black eQualizer “12”
      BlurReduction “OFF”
      ColorTemp User Mode
      Sharpness “7”
      PictureMode FPS1
      DynamicContrast “0”
      DisplayMode Full

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