FYI - Each M60 GPU is "roughly" that of an M5000 …
The above server spec is fine. Looks like there’s only 1x M60 which will be your limiting factor for profiles and with 5x users (an odd number on a GPU with “even” GPUs and high Frame Buffer allocation) makes it slightly more tricky when dealing with “heavy” users.
You’ll need to define what you mean by “heavy” users. Heavy in terms of what? CPU? GPU? … As this will shape your Workstation resource profiles.
As I know absolutely nothing about your workload, current performance issues, data sizes, how many monitors you’re using, monitor resolutions or your performance expectations etc etc, for “heavy” users, you’re going to be looking at something like the following:
2x Workstations with the following:
3x Workstations with the following:
Obviously, with an “odd” number of users and a server (more relatively the GPU) that has an “equal” number of GPUs and higher frame buffer profiles, it’s not possible to give all users the same “Heavy” Workstation specifications. You’ll have to test and monitor utilization and workout what’s best for you.
If you had 4x users, I’d say do this for all profiles:
Or if you want all specifications to be exactly the same, with 5x users you could do something like:
Play with the different configurations and see what works for your users. Don’t forget you’re running the newest v4 CPUs and newer GPUs, so you may need less resources to deliver a better experience, but as you’ve not mentioned the current Workstation specifications, or what kind (if any) of performance problems your users are currently experiencing, I don’t know.
Don’t forget to factor in that there will be more running than just AutoCAD. Email, browsers with multiple tabs and content. Maybe another AutoDesk product etc etc
The more information you can give us, the more we can help you.