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One solution I've been using with great success for the last couple months and I don't see mentioned often is using something like this USB-C to DC adapter that uses Power Delivery to give up to 20v of power, I use it with a laptop charger and a usb-c power bank without any issue .Im running an almost full 126hp 6U case for hours on my zendure x6 ( 20.000 mAh )
EDIT: Make sure your power supply modules takes 20v ( some are max 15v ) AND check the polarity, those are center positive. In my case I use them with a modulaire maritime cargo power supply.
Searched on Amazon and found this: https://www.amazon.com/Cablecc-Emulator-Trigger-Charge-Laptop/dp/B07PBG4GY6/ref=sr_1_11?keywords=usb+c+to+dc&qid=1554977947&s=electronics&sr=1-11
You would have to check if the volts and amps rated for those chargers and the adapter is appropriate for your laptop though.
I guess they go up to 20v now. As long as your monitor is pushing out 80 watts you should have ~75 watts or so useable.
thank you again! as a side question, if i wanted to make everything compatible to 20v, would getting these 2 items work? (i'm also trying to figure out how to make sure i don't mix up cables and/or adapters, would it be possible to use the same cables, but get different sized adapters?)
(and get whatever sizes i need)
(and this cable says Max Output: 20V 3A 60W)
I've not tried it, so I can't recommend anything, but wouldn't something like this open up the possibilities immensely? No need for the "USB-C powered" requirement.