We consider a damped/driven nonlinear Schr\"odinger equation in an $n$-cube $K^{n}\subset\mathbb{R}^n$, $n\in\mathbb{N}$, under Dirichlet boundary conditions
\[
u_t-\nu\Delta u+i|u|^2u=\sqrt{\nu}\eta(t,x),\quad x\in K^{n},\quad u|_{\partial K^{n}}=0, \quad \nu>0,
\] where $\eta(t,x)$ is a random force that is white in time and smooth in space. It
is known that the Sobolev norms of solutions satisfy
$
\| u(t)\|_m^2 \le C\nu^{-m},
$
uniformy in $t\ge0$ and $\nu>0$. In this work we prove that for small $\nu>0$ and any initial data, with large probability the Sobolev norms $\|u(t,\cdot)\|_m$ of the solutions with $m>2$ become large at least to the order of $\nu^{-\kappa_{n,m}}$ with $\kappa_{n,m}>0$, on time intervals of order $\mathcal{O}(\frac{1}{\nu})$.