Originally Posted by ClydebankBlitz
So if I use the wrong phrase (something which is quite commonly said).....I'm wrong about everything else I'll ever say?
You put it across like I "don't know what I'm talking about" just because I used the wrong expression.
I said it was probably an error and never said that you didn't know what you are talking about.
And it isn't that "common". I have literally been working with computers for years now and have been playing/watching people play games for even longer and have rarely heard of that "expression". As I said, stuttering does have to do with frame rates. But saying someone has a lot of frame rate to indicate NOT having a lot of frame rate is just using the term in an incorrect way as it means that exact opposite of what you are trying to say. It is more commonly used the proper way.
You could say man my frame rate is garbage or man it sucks.
But like I said I didn't say you don't know anything. I have no idea of your background. But if someone were to always say they have "frame rate" to say they have stuttering would make people think they don't have a great understanding of how frame rates work.
Not douchey PC gamer talk. This is basic knowledge of computers. (Which includes consoles)