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  1. Right, at the minute with the info we have the best we can do is type into amazon "ips 24 144hz FHD". Personally I did a quick search and couldn't find anything with what you're asking for, probably for the reasons stated in previous posts. The best I could see was everything you wanted except ips, if you jump up to 1440p or higher then you'd be golden. Although asking someone to help while rudely insulting their method of trying to help you in between is, well, kind of rude. That might be why people aren't inclined to help too, all due respect. Good luck shopping anyway! Edit: Man I take it back, even considering 1440p I can't see anything close to what you want at 24". MSI Optix MAG24C 24" Full HD 144Hz 1ms FreeSync Curved Gaming Monitor - this thing meets your initial requested requirements, even if it's not really worth it. https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/is-there-any-1440p-144hz-g-sync-24inch-ips-panel-monitors-or-will-be-soon.3061184/ - there are numerous threads on other forums that show you're probably not going to find what you're looking for. Unfortunately we can't really help you with a space constriction.
  2. Forced to pay a TV license to watch online videos of which all of the revenue goes to people who I am not watching, good old england.... Forced to watch adverts on a service that isn't treating it's creators right anyway.... I really really hope Youtube finds a way to fix itself up very soon, of course I don't think advertising is the worst issue plaguing it but I'm very jaded with the service and authority in general recently. Although I'd like to confirm I'm actually not using an adblocker right now lol, I started blocking ads only from sites that don't listen to the "do not track" request, it seems fair and important to do if we want to actually see less junk online.