Which of these 4 gaming laptops is the best value?

JunaC

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/GL551JW-DS71-4720HQ-2-6-3-6GHz-Windows-7200RPM/dp/B00V95EIU8

http://www.ebuyer.com/706840-acer-aspire-vn7-591g-laptop-nx-muvek-001?utm_source=google&utm_medium=products&gclid=CM6MjY7X28cCFcHGGwodAPMEJw#fo_c=951&fo_k=a01b1a8f23c0d86d36e563e0928c754c&fo_s=gplauk&mkwid=sQNIdaIFg_dc&pcrid=51467863979&pkw=&pmt=

http://www.ebuyer.com/720982-msi-gp72-2qe-leopard-pro-gaming-laptop-9s7-179323-019

http://www.ebuyer.com/716964-msi-ge70-2pl-apache-473uk-gaming-laptop-9s7-175a12-473

I'm tempted by the Acer Aspire, but it only has an i5. Would this impact much on gaming/ photoshop/ general use?
 

JunaC

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Thanks for the response. Is the i7 and the extra 8gb of ram worth the additional £140? I was under the impression 8gb would be sufficient for gaming at the settings the other components would allow.
 

TechyInAZ

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Yes it is. While the RAM isn't really necessary beyond 8GB, the Quad Core i7 and GTX 960M is what your looking for. All the other laptops have either a GTX 950M and a i7 quad core or a i7/i5 dual core and a GTX 960M/860M.
 

JunaC

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Thanks a lot!
 

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In my opinion, yes, especially if you plan on doing any heavy multitasking or video editing in the future.