Nmatrix has been around since December 2012 and currently has over 50,000 releases in its indexes. The NZB files span 64 different groups.
Read on for more details and if you find this helpful then be sure to check out our list of Best NZB sites
Update as of May 2015
Nmatrix has moved to another domain name see here -> https://usenetreviewz.com/althub-co-za-review/
Update as of August 30, 2014
- The registration is currently disabled
- This review was released on March 24, 2013 – Currently No Updates for 2014
Nmatrix allows its users to request that specific groups be indexed on the site. There is no VIP status, but there is an unlimited access level of membership that allows users to download as many NZB’s as they wish and to get unlimited API calls.
NZB files are updated every 60 seconds on the servers on the site. The server also boasts a forum – which is currently in its alpha phase – and the developers themselves have been involved in the USENET world since 1998. Over time, the developer of the site got tired of only being a user and decided that they wanted to do more for the USENET. That has turned into a service that is now tested and improved on an almost weekly basis.
There are currently more than 3,000 users on the site. The site is currently open for membership, but it will close up to invite only when the site reaches 10,000 members.
The site uses Newznab software.
Using the Site
You won’t find any advertisements on Nmatrix. In fact, the developers say that they will never run advertisements on this particular site. The site does support RSS feeds and, if you happen to use SABnzbd, SickBeard, CouchPotato or HeadPhones, you’ll be able to use the API on the site.
When you hook up to Nmatrix, you’ll be hooking up to a server with a four core CPU, a 1 Gb port and 16 GB of RAM. This dedicated server should provide plenty of power for the thousands of users on this site.
The forum on the site should be operational at the end of the month, according to the developers, so any additional information users want about the site should be available there. Overall, Nmatrix is a well-developed site being run by people who have a genuine interest in the USENET. With the fall of NZBMatrix, this should provide a great way for people to get access to the NZB files that they want, whether they happen to be using the API features on this site or they’re newer to USENET and simply want something that is simple to use and run by people who genuinely care about the USENET community.
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