I'm testing a SSD1963 with GraphicLCDIntf and this works, but you can see the screen building up. If i test this on an ATMega32 it's looks much faster while this is done via bitbanging. Now i also tried to do this on the PSoC5LP but can get the old fasion bitbanging running. Ofcourse i can fix this by using double buffering, but i'm curious how the hell a 8bit AVR at 11Mhz is much faster then a ARM-M3 at 24Mhz and we even use UDB!
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Thanks Bob! It draws faster but still looks like AVR is much faster writing to the LCD then the M3 Core. I know we shouldn't compare apples with pears and PSoC is more advanced then AVR but i'm trying to understand why a 11Mhz MCU can write faster than a 48Mhz (or at least it looks like AVR is faster). After the weekend i probably have access to a oscilloscope so i can compare the writes times between both of them.
how to connect display https://www.buydisplay.com/default/lcd-5-ssd1963-tft-module-touch-screen-display-800x480-mcu-arduino with CY8CKIT 050 ?
i have connected display and psoc 5lp but only get the back light on not nay other things are showing on display