Firstly, let me summarize things on the board.
It has 4 black SATA ports (Intel Matrix Controller), 3 Blue SATA Port (Marvell Controller), 1 eSATA (Marvell).
Since RAID 10 needs to have 4 disks, i assume that you are using the Intel Matrix Controller (Ctrl+I), as it is not possible to create a RAID 10 on the Marvell Controller because only 3 sata drives can be connected to the blue SATA ports.
Now with 4 non-raid disks:
- you should be able to create raid0 on 2,3,4 disks, raid 1 on 2 disks, raid 5 on 3, 4 disks, raid 10 on 4 disks.
- you cannot have a raid 10 and then another raid volume as well.
- i never tried partitioning raid volume.
Note: the marvell controller Ctrl+M and the Intel Matrix Controller Ctrl+I are two independent Onboard RAID Controllers.
I have attached some pictures of the Intel Raid Bios for you as a reference.
All the best,