Up to now, as one of multi-context devices, an optically reconfigurable gate array (ORGA) has been developed to achieve high-speed reconfiguration. Since quick context switching allows implementation of many functions onto a gate array without idle time, fast reconfiguration is extremely important for multi-context devices. In ORGAs, the easiest way to increase the reconfiguration frequency is to use high-power lasers. However, such high-power lasers increase power consumption and package size. In the worst case, they might require a cooling system. For that reason, this paper proposes a negative logic implementation method by which optical configurations can be accelerated without ORGA architecture modification and any increase of laser power. This time, the method was demonstrated on a dynamic optically reconfigurable gate array architecture. Based on the experimental results, this paper clarifies the acceleration method's effectiveness.