Generic question about GPU drivers installation

Hello, I’m from Arch Linux, and I’m trying to get into OpenSUSE Tumbleweed. Can anyone show me the right way to proceed? My current question is: how do I install drivers on OpenSUSE Tumbleweed? I already recall installing mesa and ROCm packages on Arch Linux; I always do that for my Arch Linux system with an RX 6600XT.

xf86-video-amdgpu mesa lib32-mesa vulkan-radeon lib32-vulkan-radeon libva-mesa-driver lib32-libva-mesa-driver mesa-vdpau lib32-mesa-vdpau opencl-clover-mesa lib32-opencl-clover-mesa opencl-rusticl-mesa lib32-opencl-rusticl-mesa rocm-opencl-runtime

I read wiki here: SDB:AMDGPU - openSUSE Wiki

Do I understand correctly that I only need the package kernel-firmware-amdgpu?
Installation instructions: sudo zypper install kernel-firmware-amdgpu

But as my intuition tells me, I should install the entire mesa package set and only exclude packages related to nouveau:

How can I determine and make a list of the correct packages for an AMD GPU or an Intel GPU? I apologize for these basic questions, but despite reading the OpenSUSE Wiki, I couldn’t find the answers :frowning:

Did you also read the very first thread right here where you posted?: AMD, Intel, & NVidia X graphics driver primer.

You should not need to do anything but install. For a default installation, correct FOSS display and Mesa drivers should automatically be selected for any AMD, Intel or NVidia GPU that isn’t newer than any of the applicable software versions support. Kernel-firmware-amdgpu I would expect to be automatically selected for installation (I don’t have anything recent enough to require it). ROCm I have no experience with (nothing it supports), but I see nothing in standard repos containing string “rocm” except for procmeter, procmon & procmail.