Ah heck, I just looked it up. Most boards with integrated video are a pain, but one with Nvidia! Now we're talkin' Nvidia does Linux support with drivers, straight off their website, so check there.
The NIC is a realtek 8139, currently the most generic NIC on the market, I think it may have outstripped the Tulip in shear ubiquity. 8139too module, supported for ages.
The Sound bothers me, Asus ACR audio module, never heard of it, but odds are it either means A) we switch this around by whats cheapest that afternoon. or B) Its something else, but we put this generic label here.
Either way its probably supported, and if it isn't a good sound card these days will only drop another $20 on top of the lot.
The one thing that makes me nervous is that I've not heard of these nvidia north and south bridges. You might want to www.google.com/linux
like MrGee said, but for the bridge names.