Asus X99-A II for multiple TV/Monitor office use?

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    We are planning to built new Intel i7 6 core systems running on Windows 7.
    Need to drive multiple (2 to 4) HDMI TV/Monitors. One 4K TV monitor, one 1080p TV monitor, and one DVI monitor.

    We are flexible with CPU or chip sockets or ATX formats. No water cool processors.
    Need to have 3 SATA socket (solid state drive, hard drive, optical disc drive).

    Do you think Asus X99-A II fit our use or you recommend any other better suited motherboards?
     
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    systems will be use in office, demo and other limited graphic & video.

    not gaming systems
     
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