No this is not supported. Only RAID 1, 5 and 10 are supported. See http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/server/ss4200-e/sb/CS-028957.htm.
The reason is that the risk of data loss is too high for RAID 0. Any hard drive failure causes loss of all data on all 4 hard drives.
I think you are referring to linear RAID that could be achieved in SS4000-E however as Edward explained here, RAID 0 or Linear RAID is not possible with SS4200-E for the risk of losing data would be too high. However you have other RAID options available on SS4200-E which would obviously teardown your raw storage from 4TB to lesser depending on the RAID configuration.
To add more to this post, I would like to bring this into your knowledge that now 2TB drives WD2002FYPS from Western Digital have been tested and verified to work with SS4200-E. Kindly check for confirmation over compliance with your local Intel reseller in case you plan to purchase.
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