Looking for a gaming laptop

Hello, I'm looking for a new gaming laptop, and I was wondering if you could help me decide on one; I've looked at the asus rog g752vy / vt, acer predator 17, alienware 17 ( and 18 ) and msi titan gt80. Preferably, I would like a 17 inch screen +, and would like the design to be some what good for what I am willing to pay for., and if possible, I would like it to be upgradeable ( msi, alienware 18x etc., however, I wouldnt really mind it being non upgradeable! )
My budget is £1000-£2000.
Many thanks!

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I'll share what my son bought last month.

I'll share my son just replaced his 5 year old laptop with another gamer laptop. Here's the old and the new. ( ASUS Republic of Gamers G51JX-X3 later upped to 8GB RAM, SSD ) ( ASUS ROG GL552VW-DH71 15-Inch Gaming Laptop, Discrete GPU GeForce GTX 960M 2GB VRAM, 16GB DDR4, 1TB ) and for 120 bucks we swapped out the 1TB HDD for a 512GB SSD.

Actually the old laptop could game quite well even after this many years. But he wanted to play a bleeding edge title called Metal Gear Solid 5. He says it's great now.

It looks like there are 17 inch versions as well.

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Well the Alienware 18 and the MSI titan

could be almost twice the price of the others. The predator has the nice new cooling system. I have an Alienware 18 and love it.

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Also go to Best Buy and

look at the Alienware 17 and the Asus.

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Alienware is the best

I would prefer Alienwares. They are awesome. They are made for gaming purpose only. I would suggest them for gaming.

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