Doesnt matter either way. You can detune the tip and tail ... or not. You will still ride just fine.
I've ridden it both ways. I also took my NS Evo to a 1 degree bevel (both base and side) and detuned the tip and tail.
It was noticeably smoother, and less jumpy riding flat.
But you're new. Don't do shit. You don't even need to do the tip and tail, unless you're planning on buttering your first time out (unlikely).
Just ride it. Just know that 0 degree bevel makes for very quick engaging (and some brutal take downs)