A primary thing you have to keep in mind when you change the hardware for hackintosh is WIFI and ethernet adapters comparability with Mac OS. Usually many of related hardware is incompatible and need to be replaced. Some platforms may have a whitelist and you can't replace WIFI without BIOS modification. Some replacements need to do difficult DSDT patches.
Fortunately we can use special WIFI dongles with full Mac OS compatibility and low price.
For example, I want to talk you about TP-LINK TP-WL-823N USB WIFI adapter thats have official Mac OS software available for download from official web-site and perfectly working on Mac OS 10.13.5.
I buy this dongle for less than 10$ and just install package with hardware WIFI kexts and it works! You can find other supported WIFI dongles WL series with kexts for Mac OS in a computer shop or digital markets.
For test I use my hackintosh based on ASUS K541UV with installed Mac OS High Sierra.