X570 has only been around for roughly 3 years, so it's too soon to know how well it actually lasts over time. That temperature is within normal bounds and well below maximum, so you'll just have to trust that AMD designed the silicon properly. All the PCIe 4.0 and later chipsets run fairly hot.
If it's an original X570, check the chipset fan is running normally and not full of dust. If it's a second generation X570S (which tends to just be called X570), there is no chipset fan, it's cooled passively by case airflow.
Edit: Also, installing the latest X570 drivers
doesn't hurt, ensuring you've got the latest fixes from AMD for the chipset (which can help both performance and temperature).