You dont need to tweak too much…the defaults are fine for SketcHup and some of the tweaks can actually make things slower. If you’re jhaving specific problems then perhaps look int otweaking (but remember exactly what you changed, back up your settngs and make sure you can change them back to default).
Your GPU for SketchUp is set to the RTX2060, which is the most important thing - though you could change it from Auto Select, to make sure it chooses only that GPU.
If connecting to an external monitor, try Displayport or USB-C if available.
Other settings like FXAA (the softening effect that makes jagged pixel edges appear smoother) is probably the most important setting - in SketchUp you can leave tht to “let the applciation decide” and then change it within Sketchup’s Preferences menu (you probbaly at 4x as your default setting).
Back on the main NVidia settings menu you can change overall system settings from Emphasis Quality to Emphasise performance. Thats a useful thing to try out.
Most importantly though, you want to make sure your GPU Drivers are updated - get the latest drivers from the NVidia website and when installing, choose the option to perform a Clean install.