3 way graphics setup gtx, radeon, intel integrated

Hi folks, I’m in the process of setting up q portable manjaro install. I managed to brick my first one trying to get my graphics setup running so I’m here for help with round two. My base setup is win 10 so I know the hardware works fine all together

My hardware config is the following:

Nvidia1060 ->primary monitor :heavy_check_mark:

Radeon270x → stereo(tv :exclamation:) and secondary monitor :exclamation:

Intel integrated → secondary tv :heavy_check_mark:

Driver config:

Curacao XT / Trinidat XT R9 270X

  • video-hybrid-amd-nvidia-prime = Proprietary
  • video-linux = open source
  • video-modesetting = open source
  • video-vesa = open source

GP106 [GTX1060 6GB]

  • video-hybrid-amd-nvidia-prime = Proprietary
  • video-nvidia = not installed
  • video-nvidia-390xx = not installed
  • video-linux = open source
  • video-modesetting = open source
  • video-vesa = open source

UHD Graphics 630

  • video-linux = open source

At the moment with a stock bootup the amd card is not producing video or detecing the devices attached to it, however manjaro(kde) does detect the card and the fact that it has an audio outout to the stereo. The other displays work fine

I know my first time around i got the audio working before my next bootup rendered the whole thing ■■■■■ and i couldnt recover with commandline or chroot from a live usb I think i installed drivers that ended up in conflict.

The tricky part is since this is m3ant to be portable im thinking i cant just setup custom profiles for my displays with xorb i need the system to detect and display while home but not have ■■■■■ display settings if i boot from a friends rig or from a laptop.

I will be hoping to get advice here before i screw with drivers again, for some context im not familiar with arch, just ubuntu mostly

PS: if manjaro driver combos only accommodate for 2 of these 3 at a time i can drop the secondary tv output as that’s low priority

PPS: my current driver setup is stock open source

PPPS: this is a portable setup so i cant use a solution that requires specific customization to my arrangement, that cant also be easily turned off. Something adaptable is preferable to performance as i wont be gaming from this os

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