CPU overheats new laptop — marriage or the problem in wood's?

Took a relatively budget laptop Lenovo ideapad-intel core i3 330 8130u + GeForce MX150, SSD 128, RAM - 8GB

When working in photoshop and Illustrator or start of the games the CPU temperature rises after several minutes to 71(maximum regulated as 72) and apps\games close. Touch - a horror hot.

Driver the latest. Is a pirate a dozen. Under normal surfing on the Internet, everything flies, but the cooler periodically basnet.
Did some stress tests CPU and graphics card: processor 2-3 minutes heats up to almost 70 degrees.

That can cause overheating and departure applications? Software? or new laptops shouldn't behave like that and should suffer with a warranty?
March 19th 20 at 08:24
2 answers
March 19th 20 at 08:26
According to this description it is difficult to guess the cause of the overheating, but
Is a pirate a dozen.

In pirate systems, anything can happen. Try running another OS (e.g. with stick) and work in some demanding application. If it is to warm up - it is likely that the marriage, if not - then business in a software.
Thanks for the advice!
That is, if you install, say, Windows 7 are it is still in the camera?

Another question: these stress tests may depend on the OS itself or in any case, the performance of the lens and reflect the performance of iron?

Because of them the CPU heats up to nearly 70 in about 2-3 minutes, which as I understand it(please correct if wrong) it's not normal for a new laptop. - scottie.Spor commented on March 19th 20 at 08:29
@scottie.Spor, stress tests are a bit dependent on the system, but this is not so important - you need to check on the extremes. So one photoshop just has to bring this processor to the limit. There are two options - either the current left OS adds some parasitic load (I've seen how loaded the disk is 100%, as memory becomes clogged, you may be with the CPU doing something), or hardware. - talia39 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:32
@wulfdogBefore to call nonsense and profanation of the idea that the problem may be in the software, go through all those countless forums where people complained that after updating to windows 10 (licensed!) they began to overheat laptops. The reasons were very different - ranging from the fact that the wrong battery was used and ending with the processes that added burden in certain situations. It was just in the software. Or will you assert that all these people suddenly laptops broke down or ceased to pull that earlier issues did not cause? - talia39 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:35
March 19th 20 at 08:28
So hard to tell if something new soon marriage

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