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Hp Pavilion 20_b323w all in one Co-layout support for Realtek RTL8111F Gigabit Ethernet controller

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Hp Pavillion 20_b323w
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am about to buy an all in one. My only requirements were multiple 3.0 ports and gigabit ethernet.  The 20_b323w says it is has Co-layout support for Realtek RTL8111F Gigabit Ethernet controller

Does that mean I should purchase a direct to Pcie card Ethernet controller or is it just referring to the 1 Port Gigabit Mini PCI-e PCIe LAN Network Card NIC Realtek RTL8111F Chipset that has a long connector to the pcie interface, or does it just mean the chip itself ?  RTL8111F-VB-CG GbE PCIe Network Interface Controller

I tried to find this all over but seeing as I have never opened an all in one I want to make sure. 

Any help would be wonderful!

 
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hi

i'm not sure I understand your question, but it's a chip built into the motherboard!

https://support.hp.com/in-en/document/c03721575


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