Photos of a recently found cockpit instrument belonging to MH17 were published at a Russian website. The photos show a so called EFIS Control Panel. The piece clearly shows two holes caused by shrapnel of a missile. DSB concluded in their final report MH17 was shot down by a BUK missile carrying a 9N314M warhead.
The damage observed on this cockpit instrument confirms MH17 was hit from a missile which exploded above the cockpit.
One of the holes seems to have been caused by a bowtie shaped (butterfly/double t) fragment of a BUK warhead.
The pieces were found at December 19 2015 at Petropavlovka by the photographer of the photos shown below. The man who originally found the part is not alive anymore and nobody knows the exact location of finding. But likely in a garden of a deserted farm.
A Boeing 777 cockpit has two EFIS Control Panels located at the top of the cockpit. The photo below shows the position of the EFIS
This photo shows the location of the EFISby