default or selected kernelversion does not have config value CONFIG_EXT3_DEFAULTS_TO_ORDERED.
Result is shown for kernelversion 6.5.1

Default to 'data=ordered' in ext3


Linux Kernel Configuration
└─>File systems
└─>Default to 'data=ordered' in ext3
In linux kernel since version 2.6.30 (release Date: 2009-06-09)  
The journal mode options for ext3 have different tradeoffs
between when data is guaranteed to be on disk and
performance. The use of "data=writeback" can cause
unwritten data to appear in files after an system crash or
power failure, which can be a security issue. However,
"data=ordered" mode can also result in major performance
problems, including seconds-long delays before an fsync()
call returns. For details, see:

If you have been historically happy with ext3's performance,
data=ordered mode will be a safe choice and you should
answer 'y' here. If you understand the reliability and data
privacy issues of data=writeback and are willing to make
that trade off, answer 'n'.