PathORAM is a popular security primitive for obfuscating memory access patterns from a secure processor to an insecure main memory. Emerging throughput multicore and GPU processors provide immense memory bandwidth via multiple on-chip memory controllers. PathORAM translates a single off-chip cache line access into ~100 cache lines, thereby stressing the available memory bandwidth. However, current PathORAM scheme shows degradation of bandwidth utilization with an increase in the number of memory controllers. This deprivation in bandwidth utilization is primarily due to the fact that PathORAM falls short in proportionate distribution of memory accesses among all available on-chip memory controllers. This paper presents a novel ORAM path distribution scheme that ensures balanced load distribution among parallel on-chip memory controllers, and consequently improves secure processor performance by ~24% over state-of-The-Art PathORAM scheme.