It's the absolute best reason, if those DX12 benchmark tests at http://arstechnica.co.uk/gaming/2015/08/directx-12-tested-an-early-win-for-amd-and-disappointment-for-nvidia/3/ are a hint of the performance DX12 games (or games running in DX12) can provide over DX11.
I remember setting up a weekend long render in some raytracing program on the amiga and my father pulling the plug because he had to vaccum clean the room.
Forced restarts despite telling it NO WAIT NO DO NOT DO THAT WAAAAAIT and turning it off and registryediting suck.
Their parents pushing them toward more reliable lines of (education leading to) work, their environments social statuses and backgrounds, STEM and nerdy shit still being seen as nerdy shit in a negative way by too many, mathematics requirements turning peeps away, and many finding it's not...
Had the pleasure to study the internals of a PS4 (thermal paste job) and that box makes serious miracles while having an internal PSU, so Thermal Armour is something I need to keep a serious eye on for future PC builds. Very handy review and thank you.
If I was a businessman I would import the hell outta portable CD players, maybe even re-shell some to look fancy, even run Android, and run ads like mad there. "DON'T BREAK THE LAW WITH ONE OF OUR PORTABLE CD PLAYERS"
In Zimbabwe dollars.
The DAC is what matters, the only freaking thing that matters. Samsung Galaxy S1 and S3 used Wolfson DACs and still provide the highest quality digital to analogue sound conversion of all cellphones and mobile devices as far as I know. This card uses that, so that is a really great sign.