Timing comparison for simulated and quantum annealing

I'm trying to create a plot for a 1d Ising Chain demonstrating what I assume is sublinear time scaling for the qpu solver. I have tried using Python's clock function as well as 

sampleset.info["timing"]

In this case, there is a large amount of variability between runs, and the total time, though superior to simulated annealing (implemented in dimod) still scales quadratically. My question is

1) In the breakout from the sampleset info, which part should I use to most directly compare with simulated annealing?

2) How can I minimize variability in timing for repeated experiments? All annealing parameters are currently set to defaults.

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