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Pixel shader 2.0

Where do i get this program because any time i want to run a complicated program on my laptop, i am told to provide this program to get the full access of the program.

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Dear sir

if u want to downlaod it's a link..http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Benchmarks/ShaderMark.shtml and just click in download it it's help u..:)

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