Résumé : Introduction: While developing a subject-specific knee model, different kinds of data-inputs are required. If information about geometries can be definitely obtained from images, more effort is necessary for the in vivo properties. Consequently, such information are recruited from the literature as common habit. However, the effects of the combined sources still need to be evaluated. Methods: This work aims at developing an intact native subject-specific knee model for performing a sensitivity analysis on soft-tissues. The impacts on the biomechanical outputs were analysed during a daily activity for which articular knee kinetics and kinematics were compared among the different configurations. Prior to the sensitivity analysis, experimental and literature data were checked for the model reliability. Results: Average values of mixed sources allowed the agreement with experimental data for personalized outputs. From the sensitivity analysis, knee kinematics did not significantly change in the selected ranges of properties for the softtissues (in rotation less than 0.5°), while contact stresses were greatly affected, especially for the articular cartilage (with differences in the results more than 100%). Conclusion: In conclusion, during the development of a personalized knee model, the selection of the correct material properties is fundamental because wrong values could highly affect the numerical results. Level of evidence: III a.