I don't have a z170 chipset board yet, but I will get one when I upgrade to the 6700k. One more question, If I only moderately OC my i7 to say 4.2 GHz while moderately overclocking my 1080, should that be good? I don't care about huge overclocks on my components. I am just trying to decide if upgrading to the Seasonic 600w unit is worth from the 520W I got now.That should still be okay, Seasonic makes a decent unit. Both CPUs are within the same rough power category.
If you have an i5-6500 now, do you have a Z class board for overclocking?
Most you can reasonably expect to pull out of a 6700k is about 150W, and that is with some pretty extreme cooling. If you are going for a mild overclock, probably closer to 100W peak.
Only caveat would be if you have one of the very high end GTX1080 with more than the standard single 8-pin. The stock card is only 180W, but there are some out there that take dual 8-pins and have a much higher power target.