Definitely not with RAID5, as is the case with all other RAID5 solutions. The two are completely incompatible.
When I was moving my RAID5 running on Intel Matrix RAID to a Dell PERC controller, I purchased an extra single drive to migrate the data. Afterward that drive now functions as my backup for only critical data.
After countless stories and professional experience, any host-based RAID5 solution (e.g. AMD RAIDXpert, Intel Matrix RAID and nVidia RAID) have much weaker array integrity than pure software or hardware solution. I would suggest you look into either Windows' software RAID5 or *nix (FreeNAS recommended) running as VM for a free solution. Or if budget allows, a hardware solution which is normally ~$120-180 for used Dell PERC 5/i or 6/i found on fleaBay.