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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 6/11/2018 11:10:35 AM   
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This - https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/305651913914056705/452944737423327242/China_Deployed_Bases_Mod_SAM.scen

ural - 04.06.2018
China OOB 2018 - Whole PLAN and PLAAF in 2018 - Sources: Wikipedia and Military Balance - Fictional deployment: Ural - You can use it for free with small credits to me - Warning! HUGE scenario with thousands of units! Use it in parts on weak PCs. Have fun! :smiley: Oh, yeah... South Korea, Japan and some other countries are included too, for educational proposes.
China_Deployed_Bases_Mod_SAM.scen
5.51 MB

Literally THOUSANDS of units.

But this is OOB only. My small hobby.

p.s.
Red Dragon Descends, 2017 with 3.5 mb scen file? Pfff... Mine is bigger.

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 6/11/2018 11:21:26 AM   
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So this is what Xi plays in CMANO -- he command his entire armed forces, just like IRL. Too bad I need a Threadripper CPU for this.

Also, is there any Discord server with CMANO players?

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 6/11/2018 11:38:38 AM   
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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 6/11/2018 12:43:14 PM   
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Lol. My OOB scen file size even bigger than "Desert Storm 1991 - Beta ground". 5.5 Mb vs 5.05 Mb. Hoorah!

Technically i am author of largest CMANO scenario now!

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 11/10/2020 7:19:44 AM   
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I can not open in the newst CMO Version "Database does not exists" ->It is only for CMANO?

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 11/10/2020 5:47:05 PM   
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Can you update it to 2020/2022 units?
That would be great

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 11/10/2020 7:06:01 PM   
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quote:

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Lol. My OOB scen file size even bigger than "Desert Storm 1991 - Beta ground". 5.5 Mb vs 5.05 Mb. Hoorah!

Technically i am author of largest CMANO scenario now!

There Is Surely Nothing Quite So Useless as Doing with Great Efficiency What Should Not Be Done At All
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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 11/16/2020 1:49:23 AM   
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So what does CMO rely on the most, RAM, CPU, or GPU, to process the numerous calculations in large scale scenarios?

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 11/16/2020 2:16:03 AM   
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CPU I imagine. I did a test several years ago and posted it comparing several CPU and GPU combinations. GPU impact was almost negligible. CPU speed made a big difference. RAM over 8Gb had little impact, but RAM speed and SSD did have some impact.

You almost answered the question yourself...calculations. That is almost defining CPU-focused operations. While some apps can use GPUs for some calculations, CMO isn't one of them.

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 11/16/2020 4:16:26 AM   
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If it is the CPU, my next question would be how much of a difference in performance would we see with an Intel i9 10900k or Ryzen 9 5950X gaming CPU compared to a workstation PC CPU like a Ryzen Threadripper.

I wonder what specs users of the PE version of CMANO run and how large their scenarios are.

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 11/16/2020 7:18:18 AM   
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If it is the CPU, my next question would be how much of a difference in performance would we see with an Intel i9 10900k or Ryzen 9 5950X gaming CPU compared to a workstation PC CPU like a Ryzen Threadripper.


While CMO is inherently more scalable than CMANO, 6-8 hardware threads (either cores or cores x2 in hyperthreaded CPUs) are still the sweet spot ATM. Heavy-hitters like Threadripper, Epyc or Xeon typically offer more cores but not significantly higher clock frequencies. (They also offer much bigger caches which are always useful). So unless you are a pro user, running multiple Command instances in parallel, these CPUs are a rather poor investment.

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I wonder what specs users of the PE version of CMANO run and how large their scenarios are.

Pros often run multiple instances in parallel, so they can easily max out even monster CPUs if they want.

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RE: Largest known scenario in Command history? - 11/16/2020 11:46:43 AM   
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I just upgraded from an i7-9850h to an i9-10980hk. I have a benchmark scenario I run over the last seven years on every new laptop. The move from the i7 to the i9 saw only a couple % increase in CMO performance. Both had 16Gb of RAM. I upgraded to 32 Gb of faster RAM and that actually had a noticeable difference in CMO performance.

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