Yes. If you build it yourself, find a 3rd party computer with the same specs as the BullSequana M9600 series, or come up with €100K+ and buy a system from Atos.
Notice the similarity between the BullSequana M9600 series and the Atos QLM.
Same box (and probably internal components) with different software (but you wanted to use your own, Q#). Atos claims: "The highest-performing quantum simulator in the world". I'm not sure about that but the specs for the 30 qubit version are reachable, just two Intel CPUs and 1TB of memory.
Atos QLM .PDF Brochure.
Is there any way to emulate a quantum computer in my normal computer, so that I will be able to test and try quantum programming languages (such as Q#)?
If you use only 256GB of memory and 1-24TB of Swap Drive it will be slow but it will work.
I mean something that I can really test my hypothesis on and get the most accurate results.
Quote from the Brochure:
"The Atos Quantum Learning Machine computes the exact execution of a quantum program, with double digit precision. It simulates the laws of physics, which are at the very heart of quantum computing. This is very different to existing quantum processors, which suffer from quantum noise, quantum decoherence, and manufacturing biases, as well as performance bottlenecks. Simulation on the Atos Quantum Learning Machine enables developers to focus on their applications and algorithms, without having to wait for quantum machines to be available".
They claim high accuracy, since it's a simulator it's not subject to noise - nor will it be as fast, or as expensive. In theory you could add some memory, drives, and software to your computer ...