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what measurement scales are bench mark scores?

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Are they ordinal, interval or ratio?

Is there a true zero point in bench marking? Is a score of 20000 exactly twice as powerful as 10000 and four times as power as 5000?
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Can't really say as every benchmark is different. I thinking it's normally linear like you were thinking, but some benches can weigh the score of cpu and gpu differently which can make it not true.
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