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diff --git a/HOWTO b/HOWTO
index 6c69a0ec..fc173f02 100644
--- a/HOWTO
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@@ -505,19 +505,19 @@ Parameter types
prefixes. To specify power-of-10 decimal values defined in the
International System of Units (SI):
- * *ki* -- means kilo (K) or 1000
- * *mi* -- means mega (M) or 1000**2
- * *gi* -- means giga (G) or 1000**3
- * *ti* -- means tera (T) or 1000**4
- * *pi* -- means peta (P) or 1000**5
+ * *Ki* -- means kilo (K) or 1000
+ * *Mi* -- means mega (M) or 1000**2
+ * *Gi* -- means giga (G) or 1000**3
+ * *Ti* -- means tera (T) or 1000**4
+ * *Pi* -- means peta (P) or 1000**5
To specify power-of-2 binary values defined in IEC 80000-13:
- * *k* -- means kibi (Ki) or 1024
- * *m* -- means mebi (Mi) or 1024**2
- * *g* -- means gibi (Gi) or 1024**3
- * *t* -- means tebi (Ti) or 1024**4
- * *p* -- means pebi (Pi) or 1024**5
+ * *K* -- means kibi (Ki) or 1024
+ * *M* -- means mebi (Mi) or 1024**2
+ * *G* -- means gibi (Gi) or 1024**3
+ * *T* -- means tebi (Ti) or 1024**4
+ * *P* -- means pebi (Pi) or 1024**5
With :option:`kb_base`\=1024 (the default), the unit prefixes are opposite
from those specified in the SI and IEC 80000-13 standards to provide
diff --git a/fio.1 b/fio.1
index ab978ab3..a3fba650 100644
--- a/fio.1
+++ b/fio.1
@@ -242,37 +242,37 @@ prefixes. To specify power-of-10 decimal values defined in the
International System of Units (SI):
.RS
.P
-ki means kilo (K) or 1000
+Ki means kilo (K) or 1000
.RE
.RS
-mi means mega (M) or 1000**2
+Mi means mega (M) or 1000**2
.RE
.RS
-gi means giga (G) or 1000**3
+Gi means giga (G) or 1000**3
.RE
.RS
-ti means tera (T) or 1000**4
+Ti means tera (T) or 1000**4
.RE
.RS
-pi means peta (P) or 1000**5
+Pi means peta (P) or 1000**5
.RE
.P
To specify power-of-2 binary values defined in IEC 80000-13:
.RS
.P
-k means kibi (Ki) or 1024
+K means kibi (Ki) or 1024
.RE
.RS
-m means mebi (Mi) or 1024**2
+M means mebi (Mi) or 1024**2
.RE
.RS
-g means gibi (Gi) or 1024**3
+G means gibi (Gi) or 1024**3
.RE
.RS
-t means tebi (Ti) or 1024**4
+T means tebi (Ti) or 1024**4
.RE
.RS
-p means pebi (Pi) or 1024**5
+P means pebi (Pi) or 1024**5
.RE
.P
With `kb_base=1024' (the default), the unit prefixes are opposite