You can but you need to do the registry edit to fix the blue screen once you switch to raid 0 though. As if you just clone it, it will not have the raid drivers in stalled. But i do know acronis has a toll that will eject the raid driver into the image as it restores.
Your choice either way though. Here is how to do the registry hack to enable raid.
1) With RAID disabled, boot into Windows and start Regedit.exe
2) Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\System\\CurrentControlSet\\Ser vices\\iaStorV
3) In the right-hand column, you should see a value named Start. Double-click this entry and change the data from 1 to 0.
4) Reboot with RAID enabled – Windows should load just fine. Now install the Intel Matrix Storage Manager as you usually would. This time around, it should detect your hardware and install without any issues.