First, the Maximum Operating Temperature of your Processor is 95c with a TDP wattage of 105 watts.
If you are using the AMD Prism that came with the processor you might want to upgrade to a stronger CPU Cooler. preferably liquid CPU Cooler if possible since Rendering is such a CPU intensive program. The Prism is sufficient for normal use but may run hotter under very heavy loads.
Try changing Windows Power plan and see if it runs cooler or in BIOS or Ryzen Master adjust the CPU Fan to run a more vigorous Fan Curve.
See if by removing one side panel on your Computer case if the temps lower. If it does, that indicates poor air circulation inside the computer case due to dirty vents, or weak case fans or other reasons.
Others Users that use Rendering software seems to prefer Liquid CPU Coolers rather than Air CPU Coolers.
In my opinion, running your Processor at Max Operating Temp for a short time shouldn't be a problem, if running hotter than 95c, the processor will throttle and lower speeds to maintain Temps at 95c or lower. Plus it will most likely shorten your processor life time if running hotter than 95c for long times.
It is best to keep the Temps below 80c if possible. That is where a high quality Liquid CPU Cooler will be effective.
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The Wraith Prism has a tiny "H/L" switch. The default position is L which limits the maximum speed and makes it quieter. Setting it to H allows it to spin faster (and noisier) when required. This might be enough to bring the temperature down in this case.
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