Hi @TheBeardBear87, and welcome to the community!
Many who are powering multiple components (pedal board etc.) are using the CIOKS successfully.
For a more robust replacement of the OEM PS, I was recommended the Globtek 12v 3a PS from DigiKey, in the US it was $24 shipped. Maybe DigiKey ships international or there is an equivalent vendor.
One thing to note, the Globtek comes with a set of barrel tips, the QC uses the largest yellow marked tip but if you get this PS, just ensure your polarity is correct (center negative) with a digital multimeter before snapping the tip into place.
I’ve spent quite a lot of time and effort, trying to obtain one of these, took several weeks to arrive and at last when it did, I was surprised it came with a tip adapter to reverse the polarity, because the unit was centre positive. It was not advertised as needing or coming with a tip adapter - does the Myvolts one you have need an adapter or is it centre negative?
Does your 3 pin (Digikey) power supply reduce the interference noise you get with your QC?
I bought one from Amazon, that is a 3 pin IEC supply, the same as your Digikey. I assumed the 3 pin means it’s grounded, and would therefore be quieter, but to be honest it is no less noisy than the OEM supply that came with the QC…
I never had any interference noise and just wanted another more robust PS for travels etc. That being said, there were multiple people who recommended the Globtek (Digi-Key) PS and had great results noise wise so I got it.
I have a Cioks DC7 that I like. I have used that with the 3 summing cables. I have but haven’t tried the new Cioks Crux and ordered a custom summing cable from Omilion audio. I know it seems like a lot but it just depends on the pedal board I use. I want to keep the wiring looking nice. I get that it’s overkill.