No, sorry. What you see for s370 combos is what I have, three others with the same board, chips and HSFs. You can get a nice PCI video card if you're thinking of making a workstation / desktop out of one of these combos. Back in the day I had a GeForce 6200 PCI in my Dell and did some gaming. I'll bet cards like that and better are a dime a dozen now.
If AGP is a must, or old school overclocking is what you like... I have these I didn't list yet.
Asus P2B DS - A dual pentium II board, now running dual Pentium III 750s @ 840 MHz This board has AGP and I could include a TNT2.
Abit BP6 - This board was very popular back when it came out. The first board that allowed users to use and overclock dual PPGA celerons. I think some people got their celly 333s to 733+ on water. I have a 333... or 366 maybe... and a 433 to go with this. Probably too slow for you? But good for nostalgic reasons. Hard core modders have run 800 MHz P3s in it... google it and you'll find a ton of info.
My suggestion for ease and speed is to go with the combos above, and a nice PCI video card. If you want a touch of OCing and old school, maybe the P2B.