No one makes the 90 fps file for any device or game. It’s an official 90 fps file that is being developed or created by developers of the game let me explain more clearly how it’s done.
What is 90 FPS File
90 fps file is a small file that can help you to enable 90 fps option in the graphic setting of any game like BGMI or Pubg Mobile. This file is provided by many YouTubers or websites, users may think about how it’s made or created.
How 90 FPS File is created for games like PubgM/BGMI
The file that anyone provides via you can enable or unlock the 90 fps option in the game is the official file made by the developers of the game. How? Let me explain.
When you install the game on your device, it would download some data file or game file have you ever thought about what are they? Many of you would say it’s the game files like graphics, grass, skins, mechanics, houses, etc. But it’s not completely true. It also consists of the graphics setting according to your device.
Like if you are using the Asus Rog phone 5 which has high-end specs. So the system and the server algorithm will automatically detect the model of the device and download the files accordingly. For the above-mentioned device, it will download the best possible graphics settings and other files like how much fps it had.
Similarly, for the low-end device, it will only download necessary graphics files which would not overload on the device processor and GPU.
Now the thing here to mention is that what if we put the high-end device files on a low-end device? The answer is when we do that, the low-end device will also get the highest possible graphics settings like the high-end one. But due to the low processing power and poor GPU. We might not get the expected results and it may cause heating and other issues.
Now talking about the 90 fps file, the same thing happens here. When we download the game on a high-end device that supports the 9 fps option in the game. It will automatically download the fps file for that device/game. Now if we are able to determine the fps file on that device and we somehow move it to the low-end device we would get the 90 fps option on the low-end one.
So this is how the 90 fps file is being made or created or say transferred.