As I already mentioned, the HD 5750 1GB was launched into a highly competitive market segment and believe it or not, Sapphire isnâ€™t asking for too much of a premium for their Vapor-X version. However, we noticed some interesting goings on as of late with the price of this card in relation to its reference-based brethren. It seems like many sites south of the border are currently selling it for about the same price as a bone stock HD 5750 which makes it a surprisingly good value. Here in Canada though, we are looking at a price premium of around $20 which does tend to indicate that equal pricing at US retailers is only temporary. Granted, the addition of a custom heatsink and the fact that Sapphireâ€™s Vapor-X also sports some minor overclocks should go a ways to alleviating any buyerâ€™s remorse here in Canada but it is still like to see our pricing structure mirroring that of the US.