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NZBGeek Review

Just when it seemed like NZB sites were dropping off at a startling rate, new sites have come up, offering some great features. NZBGeek hasn’t been available to the public for long, but it has been around enough on a more limited basis to have had a good shakedown cruise and to be ready for the general public.

The Site

NZBGeek is separated into a bulletin board and an USENET indexer. The bulletin board software is based on MyBB and the USENET indexer is based on NewsNab. NZBGeek has been around for approximately 3 months, but only for a small group of people, according to the developers.

NZBgeek as of August 19, 2014

  • SSL Forums & Indexer
  • Unlimited NZB & API
  • NZBgeek Developed Logic Password/Spam Filtering
  • NZBgeek Developed Post Processing
  • API key for Sickbeard, SABnzbd, CouchPotato, RSS, etc…
    • Plus easy to follow Tutorials with service and support
  • Customized Interface
  • Report Password/Spam
  • Grab History (user enabled/disabled)
  • IMDB/TMDB/Trakt data refresh (always up to date information)
  • TVDB,TMDB,TVRage & Trakt Data
  • Thumbs up/down
  • Pre-index Releases (All popular, fast, live action with real people)
  • Member nzb upload (Shown with blue member icon)
  • VIG Dashboard with Vital Statistics & Information
  • Exclusive Content & Content Requesting
  • Language Flags
  • Trailers for movies
  • Previews for Movies, TV, XXX and Audio (sample first 15 sec’s of music tracks)
  • Overlay & Mouse rollover, less click & load for your information
  • View your Send-to-Sab Queue on the indexer
  • Indexer Reporting Script, Failed/Succeeded, Where/When
  • Data collected to show trending providers, in pretty graphs
  • Geek Seek
    • Custom Searches/Filters (Including Language, words in/out & more….)
    • Saved Searches/Watch List
    • Grab & Send Automation over all categories/Push
    • No software required, all web based
  • Continued Development, Support and Service
  • Access to VIG Forums
  • VIG Priority Support (it’s quick)
  • 24/7 Monitoring
  • Monthly VIG Giveaway
  • VIG Gaming

Pricing

NZBGeek membership levels include free or paid. Below are the pricing for paid members:

  • 6 months – $6
  • 1 year – $12
  • 2 years – $18

They accepts payment through PayPal and Bitcoin.

Speed

Speed if of the essence with NZB sites. The index at NZBGeek updates every 10 minutes, so it’s not an issue. The site wants to be more than another fast NZB indexer, however.

NZBGeek wants to grow over the next year or so to the point where they have a good membership base that centers on community as much as USENET. The site will, if the developer’s get their way, serve as a “place for likeminded Geeks” to gather and talk about technology. While USENET will obviously be the focus of much discussion, they also want to make a place where people talk about gadgets, technology and other related topics. According to the developers, they’re not so much concerned about being the biggest NZB site out there as they are about being “awesome”.

Among the offerings they plan on extending to members are monthly prizes. The drawings will be available for those who sign up at the Very Important Geek (VIG) level of membership.

Developers and Members

There are currently approximately 133 members on the site. The NZBGeek staff consists of experienced IT experts. The current hardware is a 4CPU, 2GB memory server with plenty of storage that feeds from a 100MB pipe. The NZBGeek developers plan on expanding this as needed to ensure quality of service. They aren’t located in the US.

Membership levels include free or paid. Free membership allows you to download 2 NZBs per 24 hours and doesn’t give you access to the API. You can access the forums. The paid membership costs $1 per month and offers a host of benefits. You can access the API, download unlimited NZBs and invite up to 5 friends to join. You also get access to VIP forums threads, monthly prize drawings and are generally treated like a VIP whenever NZBGeek finds a way to extend that privilege.

Registration is currently open and there is no advertising on the site: “I have always hated that stuff,” said the lead developer. The developer recommends that USENET users find an NZB that fits your budget and that uses SSL. He also recommends that you find one that makes you feel like you’re part of a community, which NZBGeek is trying to foster.



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Price$12/Yr
StatusOpen
NZBs500K
Members71K
PlatformVbulletin
BitcoinBitcoin Payments Accepted Yes

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9 Comments about NZBGeek Review


  1. Johnlong on March 2nd, 2013

    Wow, this must have been written awhile ago. Site has about 20,000 members now. They have a private VIP server that has some cool features and are developing more. The VIP indexer updates every 17 seconds. I think they may have change a bit since this was written. Very cool place, great people and help at the drop of a hat. I am new to usenet and went there knowing completely nothing. Can’t say enough about the service I have received.

  2. iKidunot on July 18th, 2013

    Go VIG and never look back. Try the demo https://forums.nzbgeek.info/showthread.php?tid=689
    Thanking the Gods of usenet.

  3. pj on July 28th, 2013

    I’ve used a bunch of different nzb indexers since nzbmatrix died and can vouch for nzbgeek as being one of the best by far. If someone is looking for the best nzbmatrix alternative then nzbgeek is the best choice. They have an awesome community, great service that works smoothly with sickbeard, sabnzbd, couchpotato, etc. They offer free service public along with paid “VIG” which is more then worth it. Check them out, I’ve been a member since January and can vouch that they are solid. https://forums.nzbgeek.info/member.php?action=register&referrer=9328

  4. iKidunot on August 20th, 2013

    I am not sure what was wrong with my previous comment, but it is still awaiting moderation. I came back to check on it, because the world needs to know about this place. I am so thankful to have found it. I took a chance on VIG, figured after all the money I have wasted on the rest to be disappointed, the $6 was nothing. Well, really glad I didn’t give up. Somebody out there somewhere had to know what they were doing and have some ethic. NZBgeek is that place. And that review is really outdated.

  5. phenom on October 24th, 2013

    wow this review is very old..

    I have been a VIG (very important geek) at NZB geek..

    I’m very happy and after trying others… i’m proud to say NZB geek the best out there.. and it is now my only NZB indexer..

    soon NZB geek will be invite only… since we are getting a lot of members..

    And features keep being added so frequently and you will not regret it if you join NZB geek..

  6. Peter on February 22nd, 2014

    Here, here chaps and the review doesn’t do it justice. This is the place to be.

  7. Gavin on March 25th, 2014

    You may like to consider redoing this review now, as they have released GeekSeek, it’s all very different and incredible.

  8. Marion Marshall on March 28th, 2014

    thanks we will update the review soon

  9. John Dogus on September 26th, 2014

    There is no listing of the groups indexed by the site and that is not offered before registration. Isn’t that a bit BOGUS?

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