I disagree. The H60 is barely better than a stock intel cooler, and I doubt the stock Intel cooler would be able to handle an 8700k at stock either. They run hotter than Kaby Lake and Kaby Lake runs hot as well. The H80 is significantly better than the H60. However, I personally would never use anything short of a 240mm radiator. My H115i is the bomb. My fans are in quiet mode and it keeps my 6700k @1.4v, 4.7GHz under 60C.
BTW, those temps are still kinda high, within safe limits, but ideally you want to keep it under 60C. You might take down the clock speed. As far as I know the 8700k does not go to 5GHz without an overclock on it. I would keep it at stock to keep the temperatures at a more ideal level. But that's really up to you, its not going to kill your CPU anytime soon either way, just may reduce the lifespan a little way down the road (maybe a year, so it would last 7 years instead of 8-9years. Possibly)