Hypothetically,can the boot time of a PC be calculated if the method of encryption,hash,password length,PIM(specific to veracrypt) and PC specs are known?
Assume someone uses the AES-TwoFish-Serpent encryption with SHA-512 and a 60 character password(no word from dictionary,no character repeated,lowercase-uppercase alphanumeric and symbols.) with a 5 digit PIM value. Assume the specs are 2.4GHz processor,1 TB HDD and 8 GB RAM for a relatively new machine.
What will be the approximate boot time in such case? The veracrypt documentation states that higher PIM value will lead to slower mount and 3-layered encryption will slow this even more.Is there some estimation of boot time?