Three 60Hz UltraHD Displays, Powered by Skylake?

PC World claims that Intel will release the first of its Skylake chips in early September. According to the rumours, these chips will feature fixed-function support for UltraHD video rendering in hardware, as well as support for the newest APIs such as DirectX 12 and OpenGL 4.4. They are said to run at 1,152 GFLOPS; for comparison, Broadwell peaked at 768 GFLOPS. Finally and most interestingly, the Skylake processors will (apparently) feature improved Iris Pro integrated graphics, which can support as many as three UltraHD monitors at once, running at 60Hz (Broadwell can support a single monitor at this specification).