Well, its an nVidia reference design. Not that that is bad. I notice little things like they didn't use solid capacitors which seems unforgivable to me in today's market when Gigabyte and Asus are doing so to deliver stronger and more reliable boards.
So to answer your question, I'm not sure but I'd consider a non-reference designed board like the Asus, especially if you're considering longevity for aggressive overclocks:
Well, I don't want to purport to have a crystal ball. I think it'd prolly last a good amount of time. Mobos have had gel capacitors for years. ...but there's a reason some manufacturers started using solid caps and I've read articles of about blown gel caps and replacing them.
You should get at least 2 years, and TBH, you'll prolly want a different board by then. I do think you can do better than an nVidia reference design but that's just my opinion.