Peak implies you're looking or a maximum value over multiple data points.
Supermetrics can only reference a since data point / time period, which is the last collected metric.
So no, no peaks for SMs on a single resource. However, you CAN do something like maxN to get a maximum value of multiple resources... such as putting a SM with MaxN on a group of VMs looking for the highest CPU Demand for all of them.
If you want a "peak" for CPU, the best you're going to get is following attribute for a VM:
CPU Running (%) (15 min. Peak)
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ok thanks for input. What I really need is to be able to look back over the last 3 months, and see what the peak CPU usage was for a VM. What happened at month end when demand was highest? Then I need to do that for a group of VMs, and take the average of those peaks for the group of VMs. So I can't do this with a supermetric? Where is the best place to do this in vCOps?