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Fairly easy... I was actually going to make some YouTube videos explaining how to do everything... But i suppose i can quickly explain here just to help you out.
1. Go to your driver settings from within RivaTuner
2. Click System Settings and overclock like you normally would
3. Press apply
4. Save the overclock by clicking the tiny floppydisk icon under "Overclocking profile settings", then name the OC
5. Press OK
6. Go to the launcher tab, then click the "+" icon
7. Click "Regular Item" and press OK
8. Give your profile a name... Anything you want
9. Scroll down the list and click 'Associated overclocking profile" and select the profile you created a few steps ago then press OK
10. Go to your schedular tab, click the "+" icon
11. Click the "Name" dropdown box and select the profile you created
12. Click "Run task" dropdown box and select "on hardware monitoring range event"
13. Select "Core temperature" as the data source
14. Specify your settings
So for instance, to tell RivaTuner to overclock at low temperatures, set the following settings:
Range min: 0
Range max: 80
Data sampling: 15000 (15 seconds)
Task freezing: 0
Then you can set up the other profile to downclock your graphics card at your specified temperature.
Sorry, i'm a bit tired, so i didn't write the guide too well... As i said, i'm going to make a tutorial on YouTube explaining all of this, maybe i'll PM you the link when i finish some time tomorrow.