If you want the propitiatory nVidia drivers, go to the rpm-fusion
site and configure your system to use both the "free" and "non-free" RMP-Fusion repositories. Then just do a sudo yum -y install kmod-nvidia
and reboot. (If you haven't added yourself to the /etc/sudoers
file, use the su -c 'yum -y install kmod-nvidia'
By the way, you should be aware that the Fedora project only supports the last two of its releases, and they try to make a new release about every six months. That means that, if you use Fedora, you'll spent a lot of time on system maintenance. (Fedora is, by in large, the beta test site for RHEL possible enhancements, and Fedora users are encouraged to try new stuff and report bugs to Red Hat so they can fix them for their paying customers. And, incidentally, for any Fedora uses.)