Just burn it to a CD, then boot to it and it will automatically run. I usually let it go for a while, start it before I go to work and hope it's still running when I get home about 8 hours later!
After that, once you get into Windows, run a program called Prime95. http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft.htm
It is a different beast entirely than Intel Burn/Linpack/OCCT in that it puts a... different max load on. While I have been stable in Linpack and OCCT, Prime95 has immediately failed before, so I no longer use any other programs to test for stability. Just run the small FFT test, and keep it going for at least a few hours, the longer you keep it running, the higher the chance that it will find any errors.
EVGA 790i and I think 780i do that. I had both for a while and I know the 790i did that and so did the 780i. If you change your bios settings, ANY bios settings on reboot it will stop on the boot up. It is obviously a chipset problem, maybe just with EVGA models. It does not matter which bios you upgrade to either. I tried several and the problem always followed.
The only way I got around this was to remember to fully shut down after a bios change, no restart. I found that if I completely shut down the system after any bios change and than cold booted, the settings would take and my changes were stable and effective. Just a restart and problems either at startup or during operation, with random lock ups and crashing.