You really need to look at the stickies. There are just too many variations between similar systems. That's why we call them "guides". You need to know a little about what is going on, if only to keep from destroying fairly expensive electronics components.
And they are pretty large, so they might not fit inside your case.
Go through the first two threads. Do not do anything until you have a good idea about what you are trying to do. Once you have definite questions (you will, you will ), come back and ask. All kinds of people will be willing to help.
Speaking of that, I noticed that although I was the first person to reply, I was the ninth person to look at this thread. I am certain that some of the others saw your line,
... but i would prefer to be told what i should do ...
and decided to skip this thread.
I guess I am telling you what you should do. I am telling you that you should read the stickies.
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