Question Video rendering and compressing

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My laptop is Lenovo Ideapad 3 (15IIL05) Core i3 10th gen upto 3.4GHz and 8GB RAM.
I'm using Premiere Pro and Handbrake.
When I was rendering a video on Premiere Pro or compressing a video on Handbrake, my laptop is getting hot about 160°F to 175°F range. (and CPU usage is 100%)
Is that okay to use rendering or compression on above conditions for 1 to 2 hours?
(I don't use any other application while rendering or compression and also don't rendering and compression same time.)
 

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My laptop is Lenovo Ideapad 3 (15IIL05) Core i3 10th gen upto 3.4GHz and 8GB RAM.
I'm using Premiere Pro and Handbrake.
When I was rendering a video on Premiere Pro or compressing a video on Handbrake, my laptop is getting hot about 160°F to 175°F range. (and CPU usage is 100%)
Is that okay to use rendering or compression on above conditions for 1 to 2 hours?
(I don't use any other application while rendering or compression and also don't rendering and compression same time.)
Generally, computer temps are listed in Celsius.

160F = 71C
175F = 80C

Nothing to worry about.
 
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