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I'll be the one, lone voice here for OpenSuSE, which so far has accepted my older hardware without problems. Now that I've said that, I hope it will remain true--I just downloaded the net install for Leap 15.1 and plan to try to install it next week.
True... to a point. I prefer Nvidia because it was better supported than AMD/Radeon in Linux. I don't know if that is still the case these days, though.
My GTX560 isn't ancient, but it's not top-o-the-line at the moment, so It uses legacy drivers provided by Nvidia. No troubles until this newer kernel (4.4.208) attempted upgrade in Slackware.