Ok @psedogI can give it a try this weekend. I've been out of town.
I couldn't get it to boot. I kept getting the circle with the line through it.
Got it working. You need to be on the latest update on Sierra (10.12.6). Video card isn't quite right, but your RX580 may work. Everything seems to be working (even though I booted the hard drive off of USB2.0 port).
Thanks for the reply @psedog
When I posted yesterday, I had just gotten it working. I hadn't messed with it. On my own rig, I do have USB 3.0 working now as well as Bluetooth. I'm going to try and get the graphics card working correctly and I'll post in a couple of hours whether I was successful or not.
The LED's turning off is setup in BIOS. Clover doesn't do anything after boot. It just tricks OSX into thinking it's using legitimate Apple hardware. If you are having sleep issues, try loading osxaptiofix 2000Random (long interval over 3hrs from being put to sleep) "wake" from sleep? So I'm not sure if my hackentosh is "actually" waking from sleep or if this has something to do with clover. My hackentosh is in my bedroom and as such I find that sometimes the LED's on it will turn on at night (there is no set internal I am aware of). I could be wrong on this but, when my monitors are left on and the LED lights turn on, no signal/image is sent to wake the monitors hence why I am not sure OSX is actually "waking" as much as maybe clover is doing something to keep the OSX from shutting down? Any one else find this occurring?