The AppleHDA I'm using ... Sorry. That file does not work either.
OK... after trying various versions of AppleHDA and VoodooHDA, the solution to my sound after sleep was under my nose. The version of VoodooHDA I've been using (0.2.53) works! This is how I got it to work:
Remove all sound kexts, including AppleHDA, LegacyHDA, VoodooHDA, etc.
Repair permission using Disk Utility.
Drop VoodooHDA onto Kext Utility and let it install, permission repair, and rebuild cache.
I tested this several times, putting the system to sleep and checking for sound each time via green line out on the back and the head phone jack in the front. Both works after every wake from sleep. I also shut the system down, restarted and tested the sound after sleep. This cycle of shut down-restart-sleep-wake-check sound-sleep-wake-check sound-sleep-wake-check sound-sleep-wake-check sound was done about ten times and every time the sound was still there.
I don't own a mic and use my 530s as HTPC so I have no way of testing whether the input works or not. I did check the black line out on the back once, which also works. But the most important thing is that sound works after sleep (as it should!).
Your milage may vary, but shouldn't since it's the same board with the same audio controller chip. Having said that, though, I take no responsibility for what happens to your system. Just remember it's a hackintosh and remove all audio kexts first before you proceed with the attached kext. Follow the steps noted above.
I can't remember where I got this kext as I've been using it since... probably 10.5.x days. Thanks Voodoo Team(?)!
And thanks again to Paranoid1 for the dsdt and smbios files. Report your success or struggle with this kext.