Thank you for the prompt response.
I spent lot of time making configuration changes but without success.
I tried to uninstall xorg nvidia and nouveau drivers (last one works really bad) and keep working with andgpu drivers, but AMD integrated graphics doesn’t recognize an external monitor.
I had to stop gdm service, blacklist nouveau and amdgpu, then I tried to modify grub config and generate a new grub confi file with grub-mkconfig. Also I tried to gnerate a new initramfs with dracut. Nothing worked at all.
Finally I had to reinstall Fedora in my OS mockup, and install from scratch xorg x11 nvidia and nvidia-cuda drivers. If you install nvidia drivers from rpm fussion repo, the script automatically blacklist nouveau (thankfully!)
I couldn`t find xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-power package nor rpm fussion free neither non free. Anyway, enabling nvidia suspend|resume services works fine though.
Thank you @leigh123linux, the solution to the bug works fine for me, and thanks to @nmvega for the contribution.
I hope nvidia will solve this issue in the next package update because I am still having scrren tearing issues with my nvidia GTX 1650.
Please nvidia don’t forget Linux and take care of Linux users/admins/devops as we are many many users around the globe and we deserve the same experience as windows users.