It is important for yourself that you know your own arguments why you have chosen Tumbleweed or Leap.
We can not do that for you. Of course you can ask questions here and value the answers taking into account that those who answer have their oown, often zealous, reason to use the one or the other. But you must first do some homework, understanding the differences between the two (mainly the keeping up-to-date policy) and how they fit better to your needs.
Please check, very carefully, which Ryzen 7 you have and then, take a look in the following Leap 15.3 and/or Leap 15.4 directory – ‘/lib/firmware/amdgpu/
’.If you can find Firmware for the GPU integrated with the Ryzen 7 APU you’re using, there’s no real reason to use Tumbleweed unless, you really need the “bleeding edge” versions of your favourite applications.
If the Firmware for the GPU integrated with the Ryzen 7 APU you’re using isn’t present with Leap distributions then, you’ll have to use Tumbleweed to properly use the hardware you’re using.
First question. If the SSD is large enough, why not two separate LEAP/TW partition on the same machine? My typical machines have Windows, LEAP 15.2 and TW. LEAP 15.2 is to keep my older software and Nvidia drivers to work properly and TW is for developing/testing and “main” linux use. Depending how you use it, you should also consider partitioning drives appropriately. For example my TW / has ~150GB allocated and LEAP 15.2 has ~120GB allocated, with only 40% full because TW will keep installing new stuff and I also have a separate /home with SJLPHI_TW and SJLPHI_15.2 and SJLPHI_Common and the latter stores Desktop, Music and etc. and distributes symlink to respective OSes.
My problem with leap 15.4 is that although it’s stable and works well (no crash so far), it uses python 3.6 which has been deprecated and now I have a couple of programs that can’t be updated because they require at least python 3.7. I’m aware that it’s possible to have multiple concurrent version of python through virtualenv. I could deal with that but not my wife when she needs to use my computer.