New gaming laptop

I have come to two laptops in which I am confused as to which one I should go for, so I will just list them. I did some research on the processor and found it can turbo boost to 3.1 GHz on the 3rd laptop, but I still don't know how the 2.2 GHz would do. Also, how future proof are these laptops?

ASUS G74SX-DH73-3D 17.3", Core i7 2670QM 12 GB 1.5TB NVIDIA 3D Gaming Laptop
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Asus-G74SX-DH73-3D-17-3-Core-i7-2670QM-12-GB-1-5TB-NVIDIA-3D-Gaming-Laptop-/270997132033#vi-content

or

ASUS G74Sx DH71 17.3" Core i7 2670QM 12GB 1.5TB Nvidia 3gb Video Blue-Ray
http://www.ebay.com/itm/ASUS-G74Sx-DH71-17-3-Core-i7-2670QM-12GB-1-5TB-Nvidia-3gb-Video-Blue-Ray-/270997145019?pt=Laptops_Nov05&hash=item3f18b045bb

or

Asus G74SX-RH71, Intel Core i7-2670, 17.3" 16GB Memory 750GB Hard Drive, W7 Home
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Asus-G74SX-RH71-Intel-Core-i7-2670-17-3-16GB-Memory-750GB-Hard-Drive-W7-Home-/271003831882?pt=Laptops_Nov05&hash=item3f19164e4a#ht_2142wt_932

If you know of any other future proof laptops no more than $1600, a link is appreciated!
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  1. Not very future proof. The GTX 560M is generally a bit too weak for 1920x1080 if you are looking to max out the graphics. It should be fine for medium quality graphics I suppose. Of course you can always lower the resolution to 1600x900 or 1366x768 if necessary,

    Realistically, if you play games with a mix of mostly medium and some low graphic settings, then it should be okay for about 3 years. Maybe 4 years if the settings were mostly set to low.
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