In this paper, we investigate simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT) where a multi-antenna transmitter conveys information and energy simultaneously to a multi-antenna receiver equipped with time switching (TS) circuits for an energy harvesting (EH) mode and an information decoding (ID) mode. In contrast with conventional uniform TS (UTS) structure where all the receive antennas at the receiver apply a single TS circuit, to improve the SWIPT performance, we suggest a general dynamic TS (DTS) receiver architecture which consists of an individual TS circuit for each antenna. We aim to analyze the achievable rate-energy (R-E) tradeoff of the DTS system by jointly optimizing the covariance matrices at the transmitter and the time durations for the EH and the ID modes of the receive antennas. To determine the boundary points of the R-E region, we suggest the globally optimal algorithm for the rate maximization problem via convex optimization techniques. Numerical examples verify the efficacy of the proposed DTS over conventional UTS methods.