Ah the next one with a new box.
Hmm, Biostar writes nothing about Linux but lists 10 versions of Windows. They also offer no (rebranded) drivers for linux on their page.
Afair. nvidia will not work out of the box since Distributions do not ship the unfree driver (are not allowed to). (My info on that may not be recent though). Still many of them use the nv as default and just offer to download the binary driver for access of 3d functions. Note that some of the nvidia chips become really hot.
That RTL8201CL looks new to me but seems to be a few years on the market already, I'd have to look up my Kernel config of 2.6.30 if it shows anything like that being supported.
I'm not completely sure about that nvidia stuff. I don't trust nvidia but this is my personal opinion. The basics in the chipset should work with a recent kernel, it's the GPU you will need closed drivers for.
The RTL sound chips should be working in ALSA.
But then make sure to have some means of flashing the BIOS.
Stop TCPA, stupid software patents and corrupt politicians!