As it was said, ubcd4win with the integrated prime95 is a good solution.
For a lighter solution you could use this linux distribution: stresslinux
- stresslinux is a minimal linux distribution running from a bootable cdrom, usb, vmware or via PXE (wip).
- stresslinux makes use of some utitlities available on the net like: stress, cpuburn, hddtemp, lm_sensors, memtest386+ ...
- stresslinux is dedicated to users who want to test their system(s) entirely on high load and monitoring the health.
But you should be familiar with command line (& linux console) because it comes without a graphical user interface.
You could also add .Net framework to ubcd4win to use IntelBurnTest (works with amd too) - I don't have it properly tested yet, but it should work
- Add the cab file for the .net framework:
plugins > add
- Just uncompress IntelBurnTest in a directory like C:\My_UBCD4Win_Custom_Files and add this directory in
"Custom: (include files or folders from this directory)". If it doesn't work or you want to create shortcuts: you could find instructions & tools here "Robvdb how plugin" and "royalbox's barts pe plugin creator" here