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we only have benchmarks

How we do it: We assemble the benchmarks from around the web. In some benchmarks, we use comparative, analogous, and parametric estimations systems mathematical estimation systems.  For example, if we lack 1 value of data to make it truly comparable, and one benchmark has 9 points of data and another has 10 points of data, and 5 are comparable within the 2 websites, we can use ratios to estimate with high accuracy the value of the missing data point. Other times we can just use algebra.

ELI5:

It sounds like a middle school algebra problem, and it is.

Let’s say a Benchmark A says Fan X is 20% louder than Fan Y at full load.  They have no benchmarks for Fan Z.

Let’s say Benchmark B says Fan Y is 3dB lower than Fan Z at full load. Fan X is 6dB louder than Fan Z.

If we are using Benchmark A‘s metrics, how loud is Fan Z?  (Or how loud can we estimate Fan Z to be IF Benchmark A tested it?)

This is how can we accurately estimate many values.