In a Bitcoin network, the nonce is always 32 bits. Therefore its value can range from 0 to approximately 4 billion. It is not enough to brute force the value of the golden nonce with certainty. The actual chance is 0.0000000001% even by using all of the possible values for the nonce. This is mitigated by the fact that the values of the nonce which have already been calculated can be reused every second because of the timestamp of the block affecting the final hash value. The combination of the nonce and the timestamp gives an infinite number of hash values.