First of all you should read the sticky, it explains a lot of the concepts and idea's behind water-cooling, as well as a lot of technical stuff as well. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/277130-29-read-first-...
And yes, you can buy water-cooling kits that come with everything you need to make a CPU loop (except coolant in some cases).
+1 on reading the sticky, I know it's kinda long but do yourself a favor and take the time to read it. There was a lot of effort put into writing it and referencing information that is readily available is redundant and gets old quickly.
If you have any specific questions from the reading feel free to ask about it, there are some very knowledgeable people here that are happy to answer questions that aren't already covered in the sticky.
well it has all the parts together, at this stage I don't even know what i need to buy so it's very helpful in terms of all the fittings being correct size and such. But in your honest opinion I just want to know what you think assuming your a seasoned watercooler.
If you had read the sticky, you would know what you have to buy.
And rubix is a seasoned water cooler, after all he wrote the sticky. I'm sure he'll be more willing to help once you take the time to learn the basics.
Ok mate ill get to reading, it's just I don't have that much time with my study's and such, But water cooling seems all the while worth it and I really want to get into it. And I never noticed he was a moderator and who wrote the sticky "assuming" he could probably do it with his eyes closed haha.
My point wasn't to discourage you but meant to allow you to give me the reasons why you liked that kit, specifically for your own hardware. This is the majority of watercooling- figure out what works the best for your hardware and your budget...and if that works out, for your aesthetic tastes. Take your time and give yourself enough opportunity to learn as much as possible and figure out what you feel you need based on your hardware, overlocking (?), budget and personal preference.