Consider the following consistent Sylvester tensor equation[mathscr{X}times_1 A +mathscr{X}times_2 B+mathscr{X}times_3 C=mathscr{D},]where the matrices $A,B, C$ and the tensor $mathscr{D}$ are given and $mathscr{X}$ is the unknown tensor. The current paper concerns with examining a simple and neat framework for accelerating the speed of convergence of the gradient-based iterative algorithm and its modified version for solving the mentioned Sylvester tensor equation without setting the restriction of the existence of a unique solution. Numerical experiments are reported which confirm the validity of the presented results.