To date, various optically reconfigurable gate arrays (ORGAs) have been developed to realize both fast reconfiguration and numerous reconfiguration contexts. Optically differential reconfigurable gate arrays (ODRGAs) present the advantageous capabilities compared with ORGAs: they have increased reconfiguration frequency per unit of laser power and reduced optical power consumption. Dynamic optically reconfigurable gate arrays (DORGA) can realize the highest gate density, but an important disadvantage of DORGAs is that their reconfiguration frequency is lower than that of ODRGAs and their optical power consumption is greater than that of ODRGAs. Therefore, a novel inversion/non-inversion dynamic optically reconfigurable gate array that adopts only the good factors from both architectures has been developed. This paper presents an inversion/non-inversion implementation for a fabricated 11,424 gate-count dynamic optically reconfigurable gate array VLSI. Based on that implementation, three factors are discussed: gate density, reconfiguration frequency per unit of laser power, and optical power consumption.