Yeah, I've opened an Xbox before, since I got one for free, and it didnt work since the video messed up before an error message appeared. Torx drivers are so useful
The look of them inside is not what you'd expect though, as they look alot simpler than a PC's build, with alot of the components soldered straight onto the motherboard, like the RAM, GPU, and CPU.
I've seen inside the Xbox 360 too, and its basically the same story, with 1 big heatsink (sort of water cooled, using vapour) over the CPU cores, and one big heatsink over the GPU, followed by a sort of funnel over both that sends the heat straight out through the back two 60mm fans.
Hehe, I don't believe you'd expect a system to survive a throw that high though
You try throwing a computer case with components in it, or any other electrical device in that way and see what happens