BFG 24GB Titan XXX

BFG 24GB Titan XXX

Nvidia shows off the TITAN X at GDC

BFG 24GB Titan XXX


Overclockers UK have just placed the king of all GPUs on their online store, the Titan XXX, an GTX Titan X which has double it's usual VRAM from 12GB to 24GB, higher memory speeds of 8600MHz from the Titan X's stock 7000MHz memory speeds. Aside from changes on the memory speeds, this GPU also features "cherry picked" GPU cores which have a core base clock of 1268MHz and a boost clock of 1493MHz, which is as high as most people with a GTX Titan X can usually overclock. The price tag on this GPU is a whopping £1666.66.

One of the most interesting features by far in my eyes is the "300W TDP" mode which gets past the usual 275W (250W + 25W (10%)) limit on the GTX Titan X, which should allow for further overclocking of this GPU.

There is one question however that I have about this GPU, is this real or an elaborate fake?  


BFG 24GB Titan XXX



- GeForce Titan XXX 
- GPU: GeForce Titan XXX
- Core Base Clock: 1268MHz 
- Core Boost Clock: 1493MHz 
- Memory Clock: 8600MHz Samsung GDDR5 
- Memory Size: 24576MB GDDR5
- Bus Type: PCI Express 3.0 
- Memory Bus: 384-bit 
- CUDA Cores: 3072 
- DirectX 12: Yes 
- DVI Port: 1x Dual-Link DVI, 3x DisplayPort & 1x HDMI 
- DisplayPort: Yes 
- HDCP: Yes 
- HDMI: Yes 
- Power: 2x 8-Pin (2x 8-Pin to engage OC mode)
- 650W PSU Required 
- 300W TDP (250W regular use / 300W OC mode)
- Dimensions: L=282mm, W=110mm, H=43mm 
- Warranty: 10yr (BFG Lifetime Warranty (OcUK provides warranty)) 


"BFG Returns exclusively to OcUK to show once again that they really are the BIG @**@**@ GUNS!! They have partnered with NVIDIA who have cherry picked them only the absolute finest cores on planet earth, born in the depths of a very famous volcano, then deposited into the lonely mountatin and now in BFG's possession to create as a one of exclusive 10 cards for OcUK as OcUK was BFG's no.1 worldwide customer. Hence why this is branded a Titan XXX !

Not only does this BFG Edition feature twice the VRAM, it also has the compute side fully functional and comes with a truly insane overclock out of the box along with a special 300W OC mode. 4k, 5k, 8k or even 12k gaming is possible on this powerhouse, though we do advice a minimum of two in SLI for above 4k gaming. Of course for the ultimate experience 4-way SLI is the way the forward.

Supporting of course NVIDIA's legendary G-Sync technology as well!

Once we have finalised delivery ETA and firm price, we shall add an order button, alternatively you can register your interest by dropping us a webnote. Please only contact us via webnote on this product as our telephone sales team are not in the loop on this product and we have only one person within OcUK who is dealing with these enquiries."

"OcUK is also trying to team-up with Valve to also include the latest Half Life 3 should it ever be released!"


While all the specification changes in the BFG Titan XXX is in theoretically possible, as many overclockers have bypasses Nvidia's TDP limits using custom BIOS updates before, the memory could in theory be doubled up using higher capacity GDDR5 modules and using "cherry picked" GPU cores usually results in a GPU with higher clock speeds.

The question is whether or not this has been done, as we can see on the site we cannot pre-order the GPU right now, combine that with the fact the BFG is a GPU manufacturer that is long dead, the fact that they have mentioned "Half Life 3" in the product description and the fact that the ETA on this GPU is 01/04/14 (April Fools Day), I think it is safe to say that this GPU is Fake. 

Hats off to the Guys at Overclockers UK for this rather early April Fools joke, it certainly put a smile on my face and hopefully yours.


You can join the discussion on the 24GB BFG GTX Titan XXX on the OC3D Forums. 


Special thanks to Barnsley on the OC3D Forums for posting this to the Quick News thread.


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Most Recent Comments

20-03-2015, 16:42:44

Nice !! This is beast.Quote

20-03-2015, 17:10:05

erm, i thought everyone was already saying that the standard 12gb was way more than needed anyway?Quote

20-03-2015, 17:15:00

i tought this was an early 1st of aprilQuote

20-03-2015, 17:17:20

Can it run minecraft :PQuote

20-03-2015, 17:29:14

Ehm.. I was under the impression that BFG shut down a long time ago? Anyway I haven't seen that particular brand being sold in most of EU for a long long time.Quote

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