So, AMD plans to utilize TSMC's 7nm+ (EUV) process for their Zen 3 architecture and 5nm for their Zen 4 architecture. But how exactly will this compare with Intel's chips? Intel has been stuck on 14nm forever and only just released their 10nm Ice Lake mobile chips a few months ago which was quite underwhelming and offered less performance in some cases to their 14nm+++ (Comet Lake) CPUs, and are basically made irrelevant with Zen 2 on mobile now. But with Intel's 10nm+ Tiger Lake coming this year and 7nm chips coming next year, will AMD be in trouble? Intel's nodes are way denser than TSMC's nodes, but AMD is promising up to a 17% IPC uplift with Zen 3 (if rumors are to be believed), and Intel only managed to achieve an 18% IPC increase from 14nm to 10nm on Ice Lake, and that took them nearly four years to do.