A series of Au/CuO(x)-TiO(2) catalysts with various Cu/Ti atomic ratios were prepared by deposition-precipitation method. The catalysts were characterized by inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry, X-ray diffraction, transmission electron microscopy, high-resolution transmission electron microscopy, and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The preferential oxidation of CO in H(2) stream (PROX) on these catalysts was carried out in a fixed bed microreactor with a gas mixture (CO:O(2):H(2):He = 1.33:1.33:65.33:32.01 by volume ratios) was fed with a space velocity of 30000 ML/(g.h). Au/CuO(x)-TiO(2) with various Cu/Ti atomic ratios showed similar gold particle size (2.3-2.5 nm). The gold in the starting material was almost totally loaded on the CuO(x)-TiO(2) support at pH = 7. Au/CuO(x)-TiO(2) catalysts with gold content of 1 wt % and calcined at 180 degrees C had superior catalytic activity and selectivity for CO oxidation at temperature of 80 degrees C. Au/CuO(x)-TiO(2) (Cu/Ti = 4.8/95.2) had it CO conversion of 100% at 80 degrees C, and CO selectivity reaches 68%. Gold particles were well dispersed and stable on the support. Even after PROX reaction at 80 degrees C for it long time, most of the particles still maintained at similar to 2.4 nm. The CO conversion slightly decreased from 100% to 95%, and CO selectivity was nearly the same. Au/CuO(x)-TiO(2) is a highly effective and thermally stable catalyst for PROX reaction compared with Au/TiO(2) catalyst.