I've never seen a DVI with that many pins missing. Like hefe said though, give it a try anyway. I guess if you don't get anything on the monitor you'll know what the problem is
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The 4 pins and flat on the left side are the only thing that transmit digital. The other pins are for transmitting analog(in the event that you were to use an adapter for a vga monitor). So yet it should work just fine.