Looking to get a USB cable to charge my Switch while playing. Got one with my $10 case but the battery still drains when playing Mario Kart. Plan to hook it up to my PC's USB 3 port, so it will need to be a Type A to Type C. Will also end up charging from an outlet. Is this even possible if you don't use a proper charge with power brick? Was looking at these. Amazonbasics 5V, 3 Amp: https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics...38596108&sr=8-1-acs&keywords=usb+a+to+c+cable Amazonbasics 5V, 3 Amp 3.1: https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics...38596108&sr=8-1-acs&keywords=usb+a+to+c+cable Anker 56KΩ: https://www.amazon.com/Anker-Charge..._rd_t=40701&psc=1&refRID=13P47PVFTX2W9FSZKACD My understanding is 56KΩ is desirable for the Switch, but unsure on what V or Amp I'd need. Or if my PC/outlet can even supply enough power via a Type A to Type C cable only. For more cinematic games I'd use my PC monitor, but I want to be able to use my PC and Switch at the same time as I only have one monitor. In these cases using the dock won't work.