I believe there would be, yes, especially if there are clients that are frequently joining the network. All broadcast traffic, including DHCP traffic, involves every device on the network segment. By limiting network segments to a smaller range you limit the size of the broadcast area. With inter-VLAN routing enabled everyone on the networks with the option selected can still communicate with one another while avoiding all the broadcast traffic from being exposed to such a large group of clients.
The only potential consideration is that anyone requiring communication with a device on a different network segment will require router, or another device, involvement at layer 3. Although this will most likely not be a factor it is worth mentioning as this will be considered “throughput” and if the device is already heavily tasked it may limit overall performance. Again, most likely not a factor but something to note as a potential consideration.