At what point is noise "REALLY" a problem

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At what point is noise "REALLY" a problem

Noise seems to be the most popular variable when comparing cameras, from m43 to APSC, APSC to FF etc, it's almost always about noise control and who has the lowest.

It's very easy to pixel peep these days - and zooming in at 100% the differences between these systems becomes very clear. But at normal screen size the differences are not so obvious, and often non-existent.

So at what point do these differences become obvious, in real world usage?

How big would you need to print to see, for example, the difference between a GX7 and a Fuji X-Pro1, or a D7000 and a D800.

Fujifilm X-Pro1 Nikon D7000 Nikon D800 Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX7
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