If it has been running since March in the way it continues running now that pretty much tells you that the machine is functioning normally.
There isn't a modern processor in existence that will not throttle performance such that you really notice it if it's heading into the "near occasion of danger" as far as overheating and will shut itself down, instantly, if it gets within a couple of degrees of a true overheat condition.
Some designs are set up to run warmer than others, and to depend on active fan cooling more than others.
Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 20H2, Build 19042
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