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No, but you can buy DisplayPort to VGA adapters, like Amazon.com: Moread DisplayPort to VGA Adapter (Male to Female) - Black: Computers & Accessories or any of the other dozen or so models.
Those things don't support my screens. and on my country are crazy expensive (About 40 USD for the model you linked).
the best of those cheap ones have a pixel clock of about 165mhz when using sampling of 4:2:0, their colour space don't match the CRT screens properly either, and 4:2:0 sampling degrade the image slightly.
the RAMDAC on the 380X for example has pixel clock of 400mhz, using CRT native format (that has no "sampling", it delivers full raw data per pixel in RGB format).
Also RAMDAC can both send and receive (in bidirectional manner) the sync data from the screen, allowing (if sofware supports it) better vsync, and nanosecond latency (the fastest LED screens are 1 milisecond, still at least 100 times slower!)
Also those cheap converters have a colour depth limit, while RAMDAC doesn't. (people never tried to go beyond 48-bit per pixel, but even some cheap CRTs benefit from 48-bit per pixel colours... and that is NOT counting Alpha channel, I mean 16-bit for red, 16-bit for blue and 16-bit for green, but theoretically if your cable is good enough, and your EMI shielding is good enough, you can keep going).