Thanks for your reply. I looked at the link and the splitter doesn't have the connection points I'm looking for. The split PCI-E connections both have 8 pin... I need 6 pin. The other end of the splitter is a connection point that I don't think any of the cable running from the PSU can connect to..... VERY STRANGE.... HMMMMMM
Sorry, saw 8 pin pcie and thought they were the 6+2 the two part being flexible and able to push out of the way.
Newer high end psu's are coming this way. for example 4 6+2's gives you the option of using 4 of either 6 - 8 pin.
This should allow you to plug in one of your 6+2's, the 6 part , and it will split it to two 6+2'shttp://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16812706014&cm_re=8_pin_to_6_pin-_-12-706-014-_-Product