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How to Upgrade Game Performance

So last year I built my very own computer. It was a budget computer that I wanted to get up and running. My PC specs are listed down below. If someone can let me know, with my current setup what would be the best component to upgrade to improve game performance. It plays most games well, however, some games, such as Battlefield 1 and far cry 5, keep dropping below 60 fps. If some one could help that would be great. Please reply if you need any more information

Specs:
GPU - GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1050 DirectX 12 2GB 128 bit
CPU - Intel Pentium G4560 Kaby Lake Dual-Core 3.5 GHz
Ram - 8 gb
Power Supply - EVGA - 80 PLUS 500W ATX 12V/EPS 12V
Mother Board - MSI H110M Gaming LGA 1151 Intel H110
Hard Drive - WD Blue 1tb Hard Drive
Montitor - LG 27MP58VQ-P 27" Full HD Monitor

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Small bumps

Tell about this ram.
One stick or two?.......what speed?

Gpu.
You could bump it up to a gtx 1050 ti but that's just a small bump and expensive.

Bump it up another notch to a gtx 1060.

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