YOLOV4Tiny is an external Valorant cheat for the most advanced of users. It requires external hardware and some good computer understanding to use.
Today we're looking at one of the most advanced Valorant cheats of our time.
YOLOV4Tiny requires a good amount of technical knowledge to get running, and that's why it's highly suggested to only use it if you're a dedicated cheater with a vast amount of technical knowledge.
If you're still curious about YOLOV4Tiny, stick around as we'll explain in detail the cheat and how to set it up.
What is YOLOV4Tiny?
YOLOV4Tiny is an external Valorant cheat that runs all your inputs through an external Teensy board.
This means that you'll have a completely external aimbot and triggerbot, that reads your monitor and watches your gameplay to decide where to aim and when to shoot.
YOLOV4Tiny uses image recognition technologies from NVIDIA to read and understand what is going on by watching your gameplay in real-time.
Then the YOLOV4Tiny sends this information to the Teensy board, which handles all the aimbot and triggerbot actions for you.
Is YOLOV4Tiny undetected?
YOLOV4Tiny is as external as a cheat can get, for the most part, meaning that it's as undetected as it can be.
The only risk of you being detected is if players start reporting you because you're cheating too obviously. We suggest staying as legit as possible with your cheat configs.
How to use YOLOV4Tiny
- Download the CUDA Toolkit from NVIDIA
- Install Cudnn
- Build the OpenCV lib using the included files
- Train a dataset for YOLOV4Tiny using Google Colab or your local machine
- Copy the code from the download link below and push it to your Teensy
Since the setup for this Valorant cheat is quite advanced, we can't promise any support on our part if you get stuck. Many community members would more than likely be happy to help you with any issues you encounter.
Download the YOLOV4Tiny: External Aimbot for Valorant
To download the YOLOV4Tiny: External Aimbot for Valorant click the button below.
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