Should be about the same for both. Reliable offspring for the life of that queen or until she swarms. When she is replaced by an F1 queen, it will depend on which drones the F1 mates with. She is going to mate with 20-30 drones. If the DCA has 80% africanized males, she might have a lot of feisty offspring. Her F2 daughter will have offspring which have drifted further still.
I think some parts of Texas require re-queening every year, to avoid this drift. San Diego requires urban beekeepers to requeen every 2 years. You could probably do pretty well for 3 years if you had a good queen and good swarm prevention. But I guess we have to do what we are told, don’t we?