I hope I am missing something basic here, but for the life of me I can’t get my displays to work with Nvidia and the Intel graphics. I did a fresh install. Out of the box Gnome saw all of my monitors across Intel using Nouveau and Nvidia GPU. Great! But I don’t have Nvidia drivers installed yet. However i3wm didn’t see my monitors plugged into Intel’s onboard video. I installed Nvidia drivers and disabled Nouveau because that’s a requirement for Nvidia drivers now. Of course, I lost my monitors plugged into the iGPU. arandr --ListProviders, Gnome’s Display Manager, and Nvidia doesn’t see the monitors plugged into the onboard video. All research points to using Nouveau with Nvidia, but Nouveau doesn’t play nicely with Nivida anymore. iGPU is still enabled within the BIOs. I should also note, there are multiple grayed out entries within arandr. DP-0,DP-1,DP-3,DP-5, and USB-C-0. Those ports would make a lot of sense as I am currently using a Thunderbolt 3 port. Also, all of my monitors plugged into Intel onboard ports are displaying a black image with the backlight, but they are still undetectable. So except for that, I’m not sure where to go from here.
Fedora 32 i3wm, Nvidia 450.66 10900k, 2080 Super, Gigabyte z490 Vision D
lspci|grep -i VGA && xrandr --listproviders && xorg.conf https://pastebin.pl/view/b9b059f9
Install kernel-devel kernel-headers gcc make dkms acpid libglvnd-glx libglvnd-opengl libglvnd-devel pkgconfig, blacklist nouveau, within grub blacklist=nouveau, update grub2, remove nouveau, generate initramfs, and install nvidia drivers.