What mbreslin1954 says is correct. Windows will detect and install the proper storage drivers upon installation.
Please note that IDE is an old interface that is becoming increasingly depreciated. AHCI is newer, more extensive and quite stable. There's no reason at all to use IDE when AHCI is available
On a last note, for Intel chipsets that feature "IDE, AHCI and RAID" modes of storage operation, RAID mode is actually AHCI+RAID. All devices will still run in AHCI mode