If you have an older computer, which by your admission of your GPU's, sounds like a 2019 machine, you don't really need anything beyond the 5.8 kernel. And installing the latest kernel's, seems to conflict terribly with older machines, even ones that are only a couple of years old!
Basically, they need to work out the bugs in the kernels, its as simple as that. So for now, if your machine is couple years old, please use the 5.8 kernel, and use Nvidia driver 430. Those are a good matched pair, and should cause you no issues.
If your computer is newer, 2020 - 2021 machine. You can use the 5.11 kernel, and the Nvidia 460 or 470 drivers.
FYI: I just checked my POP OS 21.04 installation, and I've been upgraded to the 5.13 kernel, and I am having 0-issues that I can see.
However, I wouldn't want my Zorin OS installation to upgrade to the 5.13 kernel, cause Zorin OS is installed on a dual core machine that would probably puke its guts out if 5.13 was shoved into it lol.