This isn't the type of request that can be answered properly in 5 minutes, so I will give you an answer by analogy...
Suppose that you decided to purchase a Core i7-6700K processor. To support this processor, you will need a motherboard that provides the right socket for this processor (namely LGA1151), the right chipset for this processor (namely Z170) and which has a BIOS that contains support (including microcode) for this processor (the box for the motherboard will detail this information). This motherboard will, in turn, define what memory you need to purchase for it. The Core i7-6700K processor can support either DDR4 or DDR3L (low-voltage DDR3) memory. The motherboard will determine which of these will be required (hint: it won't support both).
Is that enough to get you started?
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Excellent information from N. Scott Pearson, you need to check compatibility with any board maker, processor, memory and some other computer components, please take a look at the link below for more information about choosing the right computer:
Thank ypu Scott and thank you Allan. I will need to have a lot of thinking to do.