GTX 460 power adapters question

I am going to order a GTX 460, and under the description it says that it includes "(2) 6 pin PCI-E Power Adapters", but if you look at the picture of the materials below, these adapters appear to be 4 3-pin and not 2 six-pin. I am running a 5670 now, which powers directly from the PCI-E slot, so I am clueless on this topic. I have a Dynapower 500w PSU and it only has 4 pin molex, so I was wondering if 4 molex cables plugged into these 3 pin adapters will work.

Here is the picture; look at the adapters.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ImageGallery.aspx?CurImage=14-130-565-Z06&SpinSet=14-130-565-RS&ISList=14-130-565-Z01,14-130-565-Z02,14-130-565-Z03,14-130-565-Z04,14-130-565-Z05,14-130-565-Z06&VSList=14-130-565-V01&S7ImageFlag=1&Item=N82E16814130565&Depa=0&WaterMark=1&Description=EVGA 01G-P3-1371-TR GeForce GTX 460 (Fermi) 1GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card

Thanks
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  1. Thanks, and I already purchased a Sunbeam 680w.
  2. D: Terrible brand D: Terrible quality D: Terrible terrible terrible D:
  3. Thanks for the unwanted, unneeded, useless, PSU recommendations. I have been crossfiring 5670's on my second rig with a 680w sunbeam for over a year and it's working fine, so I ordered a second one. The PC getting the gtx 460 won't draw near as much power. Thanks for answering the initial question, but the rest of your posts are worthless.
  4. Good luck <.< and don't you come back when your machine goes blue smoke.
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