Enable AHCI in the BIOS (doing this will require re-installing Windows 10 in order to boot into Windows disconnect any other drives first). Disconnect any other drives when you install Windows 10. Disable SecureBoot in the BIOS. In boot order make sure that Windows Boot Manager is first.
Samsung's NVMe driver and software only works in AHCI mode, not RAID.
Generally, you can switch on a live system by:
Basically Safe Mode will detect that you're in AHCI mode and switch to the right driver, provided it's installed. This should pick up Microsoft's default AHCI driver. If you're paranoid (or cautious), you can verify the AHCI driver is installed before attempting this.
If the above doesn't work, then reverse the procedure setting it back to RAID. Note if necessary failing to boot Windows 3 times will put you in Safe Mode. So, if you can't get back into Safe Mode: Put it back into RAID mode in BIOS. Fail 3 times rebooting. This should put you into Safe Mode. Turn off Safe Mode and reboot. You should be back working normally with RAID.
Of course, make sure your data is backed up first...
970 works fine. If your using it as a storage drive, you dont have to do anything. IF your using it for your C-Drive, you need to redo windows and put it in AHCI.