You can dl Kanotix too in both flavours (even 2 in 1), only 64 bit has pts 2.0.0 preinstalled, but the 32 bit version just needs
sudo apt-get install phoronix-test-suite-gui
I would update pts, but 2.2.0 was faulty on Debian and a current 2.4 prerelease is too. Btw. Kanotix has got a bfs patched kernel, thats faster in some benchmarks. The gcc is older so some other benchmarks are slower, best compare with the same system.
You can use network-boot with the official pts iso or with Kanotix using:
you just reuse the iso - loopmounted to /cdrom or bootet live just in the example images. The most simple script is the -single variant, you just need 1 system with static ip, the router must be configured that dhcp is DISABLED as the system which runs the dnsmasq server will be used for dhcp, tftp and nfs for sharing the iso.
Also you can boot Kanotix from USB sticks very easyly. Just dd the image or use image-writer (from moblin).