The Samsung 830 is a SATA 3 6Gb/s ssd that is compatible with your mother.
Use a standard SATA cable that came with your motherboard to connect the ssd to a SATA 3 6Gb/s header connector on your motherboard. The two white headers/connectors on your motherboard are for SATA 3 6gb/s ssd's.
Do not connect the ssd to the blue SATA 2 3Gb/s headers/connectors on the motherboard.
The advertised 6Gb/s is only a theoretical maximum used in advertising. Due to several factors a SATA 3 ssd cannot achieve 6Gb/s. I noticed you linked to a 64GB ssd. The smaller the capacity the lower the performance, especially write performance. That's why companies submit their large capacity ssd for technical reviews. You can expect synthetic benchmarks with Sequential Read/Write Speeds of 520 MB/s / 160 MB/s.
I agree with po1nted. No need for a RAID array unless you are doing something very very special.