Yes, I would advise anyone to use:
for better stability and power management.
I don't think using this kext is a good idea. Someone took the original AMD9xxxControllerPatcher.kext, replaced 580 with 560, but did't make the other modification(s) recommended (adding ATY,Part#). I don't speak German, but from the original forum it seems that creating a custom SSDT is...
Please upload it here so we can take a look. There might be multiple versions of the same kext with various modifications.
No experts here, just users trying to find solutions to their problems :-) I hope you followed the advices given and put the kexts in /EFI/CLOVER/kexts/Other/. Have you...
Have you updated the BIOS to the latest version?
Gigabyte offered two updates this year for the Intel problems, the first used to cause reboots, the last works well.
For Z370 HD3 it should be version F6 released on 2018/03/07 with "Update CPU Microcode & Improve graphic card compatibility"
Yes, your Samsung SSD should be exactly like your internal Mac SSD: GUID Partition Scheme and APFS Container Scheme.
For the USB, I suggest a clean start as well. Mount EFI, delete the EFI folder, unmount EFI, install the Clover version mentioned in the previous post and add FakeSMC...
That last message is about apfs, but you have made a HFS+ install...
My advice is to connect the Samsung SSD to your Mac, install the operating system, do NOT install Clover or Multibeast, see if your Mac boots from the SSD.
Then connect the SSD to the PC and try to boot from it with the usb...
Info.plist is a text file, you could just edit that. I never understood why cnrd's elegant solution is ignored https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/native-usb-2-0-usb-3-0-on-skylake.202787/
Anyway, enough off topic. I'm happy to report RX 560 is working well in 10.13.5 beta 1 with all the methods...
I'm glad your system works and I hope it will continue to work well in the future.
I've said "take a look", not take a folder :-) I still think you should clean your config.plist of the unnecessary items.
PS In post 21 there was a link to a website not tolerated here, so it got removed. You can...
"You can use this kext (temporarily) to enable all ports so you can determine which ports really need to be in the final injector."
Be sure you have the Recommended BIOS Settings https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/unibeast-install-macos-high-sierra-on-any-supported-intel-based-pc.235474/#uefi_settings
Why do you still have OsxAptioFix2Drv-64 and nvram.plist? OsxAptioFix3Drv-64.efi is now recommended. Use Clover Emulated...
The only difference I see is that you have <key>RadeonDeInit</key> <false/>, I have deleted it entirely.
And change MEI to IMEI is necessary? Take a look at the boot log Patching DSDT:, it might say "already patched!"