This study examines the joining of a 4 mm thick plate of alloy C-2000 by continuous current gas tungsten arc welding (CCGTAW) and pulsed current gas tungsten arc welding (PCGTAW) techniques by using ERNiCrMo-4 (filler-4) and ERNiCrMo-17 (filler-17) as filler wires. This article aims to present a comprehensive structure-property relationship of these welded joints. Weld microstructure was characterized with optical microscope and scanning electron microscope. The results show that PCGTA weldments possess a refined microstructure compared to the CCGTA weldments in both filler wires. Energy-dispersive x-ray spectroscopy study divulged the existence of chromium (Cr)-rich and slight molybdenum (Mo)-rich segregation in the fusion zone interdendritic region of all the four weldments. However, the extent of microsegregation is very low in PCGTA-filler-4 weldment when compared with the other weld joints. Significant grain refinement (8.9 to 9.77%) was observed when shifting the welding mode from CCGTAW to PCGTAW. Weldment produced with PCGTAW-filler-4 offers higher tensile strength ( 4 to 6%), higher toughness ( 5 to 7.5%), and higher hardness ( 3 to 6%) compared to other weldments. © 2021, ASM International.