Is it normal for i5 4670k core temps to all be different?

42/44/45/43 those are the diff temp readings.
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    sure. if they are stacked on top of each other, the top one is closest to the heatsink and only has 1 other core next to it, so it will be the coolest. the 2nd core has a core on either side, is going to be warm, as same for the 3rd. the 4th core, while being furthest from the heatsink, again only has 1 core next to it, and is the closest to the socket to disapait some heat to, and thus be cooler than the middle two.
  2. As long as they aren't a huge difference in temps, it's perfectly normal.
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