Nope. E-waste is e-waste for a reason. Modern integrated circuits hide most of the complexity, and most components inside a multi-layer single board. Removing these components and seperating them isnt possible, they are on the order of micro to nano meters in feature size. You can remove 'surface mount' components and salvage them, and removing\ replacing them is a cool skill to have, but these components make up a minority of the device. Further, surface mount chips themselves ics are niche and specific in purpose.
So you will probably collect only large inductors, caps and coils this way. Its 水 though.