The quick answer is no.
Most, if not all, motherboards today, have raid controllers built in. You just need to install the drivers for the controller either at the OS install, if your boot drive is where you want your RAID, or after you've installed your OS and you want the RAID set up as your storage drive. Most people do it at OS install.
Your motherboard supports up tp 8 SATA drives so you could use various RAID configurations.
Also remember that RAID 0 has no fault tolerance so if one drive fails the RAID array is hosed (unrecoverable), so back up regularly.