Sadly no, it has no 6-pins standard on it. I bought a build and had no choice in the power supply. So I'm not sure about the model or brand either. I was actually pretty amazed myself with the specs on it. I do have a solution in mind however. I found an adapter that only requires 1 4-pin to convert to 6-pin giving me just enough plugs to work until I replace it.
The video card as I said takes 2 6-pins and runs on the 12 volt rail. It says it takes 75 watts per connector at load so by my math it should take about 6 to 7 amps per connector. I'm thinking that my PSU with its specs should be able to push enough power per 4-pin to support a 6-pin apiece without having to use a Y cable. I read somewhere that the main reason it takes 2 4-pins is because some power supplys can't push enough amps per rail to support with one, but considering mine is 2 rails of 30 amps I don't think I would have a problem sparing 7 amps a rail.
The cord is here:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812201004
Edit: I don't know if this makes a difference, but I have a case fan, a side fan, a bottom fan to help circulation and I'm pretty sure they all use 4 pins and one uses 2 so that may be where all my connectors are going.